Ekajati, Rahula and Dorje Lekpa Sculpture | Traditionally Handcrafted Statue Set



Traditionally Hand Crafted Ekajati, Rahula and Dorje Lekpa Sculpture Set 

The set of the Ekajati, Rahula and Dorje Lekpa Sculpture was crafted by the artists of Nepal with flawless intricate design patterns, which are exclusively done by our artists. The statue set of the three Nyingma Protectors is depicted with similar form factors and design. Carved from a copper body and gilded with 24k genuine gold. The set has all the attributes and emblems according to Buddhist text and iconography. Each statue has been flawlessly crafted with intricate design patterns and painted with acrylic paint. Embedded with numerous jewel stones of the body of the statue. Each statue took our artists months of hard work to carve perfectly. 

Size: 9.8"/25cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 8.31 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Ekajati is one of the most powerful and imposing protectors in Vajrayana Buddhist mythology. In accordance with Tibetan mythology, the tantric teacher Padmasambhava wounded her right eye to aid him in more efficiently taming Tibetan demons. Ekajati is also known as "Blue Tara," "Vajra Tara," and "Ugra Tara." She is frequently recognized as one of the three primary defenders of the Nyingma school, along with Rahula. Her typical role in the Green Tara mandala is that of a liberator. She is also said to be able to dispel personal barriers to enlightenment, lessen the dread of enemies, and spread joy.

Rahula in the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism is considered "Three Treasure Protectors." The Indian deity Rahula, a demi-god of the cosmos related to the eclipse of the sun, moon, and other planets, is the inspiration for the Tibetan protector deity. Rahula is an ancient Indian deity who became famous as a protector of the "revealed treasure" teachings in the older school of Tibetan Buddhism (Nyingma) (terma).

The snow lion carries Dorje Legpa mounts the snow lion - she carries him in a graceful yet precise manner. She does not need to be "swift to the kill" in terms of tracking down our fraudulent vows. The mount gives Dorje Legpa the space of vajra humor, something that transcends both seriousness and non-seriousness, wherein all fraudulence is lost. The field of the power of Legpa and the lion is such that all neuroses simply run from the gaze of the former to the latter until they exhaust themselves.