Gold Plated Goddess Vajrayogini Statue
We have exclusively hand-carved the Goddess Vajrayogini Statue in the traditional Himalayan Art of Nepal. The status shows the deity sipping from a skull while holding a khatangva in one hand and a curved flaying knife in the other. She is typically depicted as having a garland composed of human heads around her neck and standing over tow male figure. The statue's body is molded using copper, which has hand-craved intricate design patterns. The whole figurine is glided using pure 24K genuine gold. The gilding of the gold gives the statue an outstanding shine. The body ornaments of the deity are adorned with precious gemstones as well. It took us months of hard work and total devotion to complete the statue.
This beautifully handcrafted Dakini Vajrayogini statue will be a tremendous gift for practitioners like you.
Size: 12.9"/33cm (Height) x 7.0"/18cm (Base)
Weight: 1.57 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
In Vajrayana practice, Vajrayogini is the most renowned female meditational deity. In this magnificent Vajrayogini statue, she holds up a vajra-handled curved flaying knife and a skull bowl. A garland of freshly severed heads hangs almost to the ankle of her left leg. The right leg is bent and brought up to her inner thigh in a dancer's pose.
Vajrayogini is beautiful, the most heavenly of all women.
But it is not her beauty that attracts.
Rather, it is her promise,
the potential of controlling the ego and its cravings,
that draws the practitioner.
Her relative beauty is but a metaphor
for that which is beautiful- the Void State. (shunyata)