Vajradhara Statue | Buddhist Deity | Dorje Chang



Buddhist Deity, Vajradhara(Dorje Chang) Statue, Tantric Buddhism

Vajradhara, also known as Dorje Chang, is represented as seated cross-legged in a vajraparyaka posture atop a lotus in the Buddhist deity statue. His left, feminine hand is within, bearing the bell (symbolizing his inner wisdom and emptiness); his right, masculine hand, holding the vajra, is above the left, illustrating technique and compassion directed outwards.

The dharmakaya, also known as Vajradhara Buddha, originates from all enlightened manifestations. Because Tilopa received the Vajrayana teachings directly from Vajradhara, the dharmakaya buddha, Vajradhara is fundamental to the Kagyu lineage. As a result, the Kagyu lineage arose from the nature of Buddhahood itself.
Size: 11.02"/28cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 2.194 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings