Wrathful Kurukulla Dakini Statue Gilded in Gold for Rituals
The Kurukulla dakini statue is an intricately handcrafted piece produced in our studio and designed with unique Nepali motifs. The statue made of copper is gilded in gold and highlighted with acrylic colors resulting in its final luster and brilliance. The Dakini is depicted standing in a tree position with two pairs of hands as a fiery halo surrounds her giving her presence wrathful prominence.
She can be seen standing on top of a human figure. This represents her power over ignorance and negative forces. Her first pair of hands hold a bow and arrow, representing the power of desire and attraction.
The ideal addition to your Buddhist shrine can be used as a meditative accompaniment for yourself or any devotee.
Size: 14.1"/36cm (Height) x 12.2"/31cm (Base)
Weight: 6.31 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Kurukulla is an aspect of Tara, and she is also known as Red Tara. Her Tibetan name is Rigjyedma, meaning “she who is the cause of knowledge.” She bestows these qualities upon her followers, enabling them to sway others to their wishes and fulfill their desires. Her powerful charms also will allow her to lead straying practitioners back to the path of Dharma compassionately.