Himalayan Art Machine Carved Hevajra Statue
This traditionally crafted Hevajra Statue depicts the Yidam with his consort Nairatmya made by machine with an oxidized copper body. The statue depicts the Hevajra embracing Nairatmya in a posture of happiness. We have depicted the sculpture with sixteen arms, eight faces, and four legs standing atop a sun disc lotus seat with a wrathful expression. We assure you that the materials used in this artwork are of high quality and last many years without damage or scratches.
We have traditionally depicted the Yidam deity Hevajra with his consort Nairatmya in this Buddhist statue.
Size: 5.1"/13cm (Height) x 3.5"/9cm (Base)
Weight: 0.490 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body
Hevajra is depicted in Alidha dancing ecstatically on four maras and tightly holding his consort Nairatmya. Hevajra has an ecstatic and wrathful expression. He is an outstanding yoga Tantra deity, directly tied to changes in the Shiva Nataraja cult. Hevajra's method is believed to be extremely helpful in melting the inner drops from the brain to the groin and producing the subtle subjectivity of enormous happiness, which is crucial in Tantric activities in the perfection stage. The consort of Hevajra, Nairatmya, is a Tantric manifestation of Prajnaparamita, Mother of all Buddhas, who is a divinity of subtle wisdom in her own right.