Traditionally Hand-Carved Ekajati Sadhana Statue
The expert artisans of Nepal crafted this traditionally hand-made statue of the Ekajati Sadhana with an impeccable design in our studio. We have molded the deity using oxidized copper. She is depicted starting atop a body. She is decorated with earrings, a necklace, bracelets, armlets, anklets, and a skull-shaped headpiece. She wears a scarf around her neck and a skirt made of flayed tiger hide. She holds a corpse club and wears the garland of fresh human heads. The garland of human heads, corpse club, tiger skirt, scarf, and part of her crown is silver plated. We have gold gilded on her face, part of a lotus seat, and halo flames with genuine 24K gold. We have used acrylic paintings on the statue as well.
This Ekajati Statue has accurate traditional iconography and fine details and will be a perfect gift to a devotee like you from Nepal.
Size: 13.7"/35cm (Height) x 9.8"/25cm (Base)
Weight: 3.74 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Oxidized Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings, Silver Plated
Ekajati is one of Vajrayana Buddhist mythology's most potent and imposing protectors. Following Tibetan mythology, the tantric master 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.