Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch
Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch
Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch
Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch

Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch

SKU: 81002523

Vajravarahi Gold Statue, 3.5 inch

SKU: 81002523
  • Handcrafted by Himalayan artisans
  • Traditional Buddhist iconography
  • Customised art services available
Regular price RM420.00
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A miniature copper statue of female Tantric Buddha Vajravarahi, suitable for anyone engaging in her practice and for those aspiring to advance to higher Tantric practices such as hers. Suitable for the initiated or aspiring Tantric practitioner with small shrine at home, in the workplace, or as part of a portable travel altar.

  • Handcrafted from copper by Himalayan artisans.
  • Deity iconography according to Buddhist scriptural sources.
  • Electroplated gold finish.
  • 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 Vajravarahi

A representation of complete Buddhahood in female form, Vajravarahi embodies the qualities of the Buddhas of the ten directions and three times. Also known as Dorje Phagmo, this highest tantric deity is associated with the Chakrasamvara cycle of Anuttarayoga Tantra. Her practice exists in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism, but she is particularly associated with the Kagyu tradition and has appeared to and bestowed initiations on some Mahasiddhas over the years.

Red in colour with a wrathful expression, Vajravarahi has one face, two arms and three eyes. She holds a cemetery knife in her right hand, and a skull cup in her left. In the crook of her left elbow is a khatvanga staff and her two legs are in a celestial dancing posture atop a human corpse. She is often depicted with a sow's head on the side of her own, symbolising the triumph of Dharma over ignorance

  • Material: Copper, gold plated
  • Height: 98 mm (3.9-in)
  • Width: 62 mm (2.4-in)
  • Depth: 30 mm (1.2-in)
  • Weight: 0.15 kg (0.34 lb)

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