Separatist Regimes, from the Red Hall at the mTho-lding Monastery in rTsa-mdav County
A common-fated bird is also an imaginary spirit who is often decorated on the roofs of large houses. It has a human head and a bird body, very powerful. It holds iron chains and the vase tightly in its hands. In the murals of the Separatist Regimes, common-fated birds often acted as donors.