Traditional Himalayan Dorje Khadro Statue
The Dorje Khadro statue is depicted sitting upon a moon disc lotus, placed upon a unique majestic throne detailed with mystical beings and intricate carvings. Hand carved from a copper body, gilded with 24k genuine highlighting the details patterns of the statue, and finely painted with acrylic paint. The deity is seated with a wrathful expression with his head pointed towards the sky with both his hands crossed together, making the king desire mudra. Both hands hold a vajra, respectively. This statue took our artists months to complete, and it will be the perfect gift for a practicer like you.
Size: 7.8"/20cm (Height) x 4.7"/12cm (Base)
Weight: 1.50 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Vajradaka is also known as Dorje Khadro in Tibetan. He is the deity of purification from the Vajradaka Tantra, belonging to the larger Chakrasamvara Cycle of the Tantras category. Black sesame seeds are placed into the brazier's mouth at a certain period in the ceremony and fall through the body onto coal or incense that is burning.