Kurkulla Dakini Statue | Himalayan Art

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Small Miniature Kurkulla Dakini Statue

This traditionally crafted Kurkulla Dakini Statue was made by a machine with an oxidized copper body. A four-armed goddess named Kurukull is seen carrying a flower-made bow and arrow in one set of hands and a flower-made hook and noose in the other. She performs a Dakini dance while standing upon asura Rahu (the one who devours the sun). This Kurkulla Statue will be a wonderful present to a practitioner like you. 

Size: 6.1"/15.5cm (Height) x 4.7"/12cm (Base)
Weight: 0.464 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body

Kurkulla dances seductively with her right leg raised, treading upon a vanquished human form which represents obstacles, both outer and inner. She has four arms and holds various weapons indicating her powers to bewitch and ensnare the hearts of men and women. With two hands, she draws a bow made of flower garlands, and she prepares to shoot a beautiful arrow whose shaft is made of flowers and whose flight is made of leaves. Her other left hand holds a lasso and her right hand holds a flower-goad. They also symbolize her ability to favorably influence and incline the minds of others to aid and protect her followers.