Hand-carved Buddhist Dakini Vajrayogini Sculpture.
Traditionally crafted, the Dakini Vajrayogini statue was sculpted by the master craftsmen of Nepal with ancient techniques that have been passed down from generation. Molded with a copper body and coated with a layer of genuine 24k gold over the body, the deity is depicted standing upon a moon disc lotus with a wrathful gaze looking upwards as she is sipping from a skull bowl while holding a khatangva in one hand and a curved flaying knife in the other. Vajrayogini stands in a dancer-like position as she treads upon two humans beneath each of her feet. A fiery halo decorated with skulls is also placed on the back of the deity illuminating the sculpture.
This beautifully handcrafted gold-plated statue can be a tremendous gift for practitioners like you.
Size: 14.5"/37cm (Height) x 10.6"/27cm (Base)
Weight: 3.50 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Vajrayogin is a generic female yidam, and while she is occasionally depicted simply as Vajrayogin, she is shown in a different form in almost two-thirds of her sadhanas. Vajravarahi and Krodikali are some of her other manifestations. Vajrayogini is a Vajrayana Buddhist meditation deity and a dakini.