Dorje Sempa Statue | Traditional Himalayan Art of Nepal



Statue of Dorje Sempa Sculpted in Traditional Himalayan Art

We have exquisitely hand-crafted the art of Dorje Sempa, also known as Vajrasattva, in a pure copper body, gilded in genuine 24k gold and finely hand painted with acrylic paints. You can use this Art of Himalayan in different Vajrayana rituals, ceremonies, and meditational or yoga practices. In this statue, we have portrayed a deity seated on top of a moon disc lotus seat with a serene expression holding a vajra in his right hand while a bell in his left hand. The vibrant halo adorned with turquoise and plated with gold illuminates his face, while a robe designed in traditional style and ornaments embellished with jewels engulfs his presence.

Size: 19.6"/50cm (Height) x 12.2"/31cm (Base)
Weight: 8.74 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Dorje Gyan, or "Vajra Ornament," is the Vajrasattva root tantra in Tibetan Buddhism. Vajrasattva practices are used in Tibetan Buddhism to clear obscurations so that Vajrayana students can progress beyond Ngondro practices to the various tantric yoga practices, as well as to clear any broken Samaya vows after initiation. As a result, Vajrasattva practice is a necessary component of Tibetan Buddhist practice.