Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch
Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch
Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch
Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch

Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch

SKU: 81004692

Six-Armed Mahakala Gold Statue, 12 inch

SKU: 81004692
  • Handcrafted by Himalayan artisans
  • Traditional Buddhist iconography
  • Customised art services available
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A handcrafted gold-plated statue of the Dharma Protector Six-Armed Mahakala, who is a wrathful emanation of Chenrezig, completed with hand-painted gold face, wrathful deity features and jewel offerings. He is the special protector of the highest scope of the Lamrim and is propitiated to aid in the study, contemplation and realisation of the highest scope of the teachings. It is an excellent focal point and meditation aid for your daily practice.

  • Handcrafted from copper by Himalayan artisans.
  • Deity iconography according to Buddhist scriptural sources.
  • Fire gilded with 24k gold.
  • Hand-painted 18k gold face and traditional deity features.
  • Adorned with coral and turquoise jewels.
  • Mantra insertion and other statue enhancement services available for greater blessings and merits.

WITH COMPLIMENTS (while stocks last)
Get a complimentary set of 7 herbal rilbus for every statue you invite.

* As each item is handcrafted, variations in shape, colour and finishing may occur from piece to piece. These do not impact its spiritual function and benefits.

About Six-Armed Mahakala

Mahakala means “Great Black One” in Sanskrit. Six-Armed Mahakala is a wrathful emanation of Chenrezig, the Buddha of Compassion. He is the special protector of the highest scope of the Lamrim or the Graduated Stages on the Path to Enlightenment. He is propitiated to aid in the study, contemplation and realisation of the highest scope of the teachings. He is said to aid practitioners to overcome negative situations, obstacles and to provide conducive conditions for having material resources and wealth to survive and thrive, as well as for our spiritual practice.

This enlightened Dharma protector who is also known as ‘The Great Black One’ is invoked by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Every part of his holy form has deep spiritual meaning, no matter how fearsome he looks. His five-skull crown symbolises the transformation of the five poisons - anger, desire, ignorance, jealousy and pride — into the five wisdoms. His six arms represent the attainment of the Six Perfections (Six Paramitas) - generosity, patience, morality, diligence, meditation, and wisdom. Overall, his wrathful appearance symbolises his power to help us overcome negativities, obstacles and provide conducive conditions for our spiritual practice.

Together with Kalarupa and Vaishravana, he is one of the three main protectors of Lama Tsongkhapa and the Gelug lineage.

Mahakala has 75 different forms, each an emanation of different Buddhas. As an enlightened Dharma protector he is invoked by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism, and beloved due to benefits of his practice which includes the removal of all types of obstacles for both secular and spiritual success.

  • Material: Copper, gold plated
  • Height: 315 mm (12.4-in)
  • Width: 240 mm (9.4-in)
  • Depth: 140 mm (5.5-in)
  • Weight: 4.9 kg (10.7 lb)

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