Buddhist Statue of The Manjushri Yamantaka With Consort Sculpture
The sculpture shows the god Manjushri Yamantaka and his consort. The name Yamataka literally means 'The Destroyer of Yama, the Lord of Death.' The statue was carved from a copper body and gilded with 24k genuine gold. The deity is depicted with a buffalo head with massive horns, which resembles the devil, and his many forms on top of each head with three big glazed eyes and sharp teeth along with 34 arms. The halo illuminates the deity's body as he embraces his consort tightly above his chest. All 34 arms are depicted with individual religious items in each hand with a flawless carving given to every part of the statue. The use of Acrylic painting highlights the statue to a greater extent giving it mesmerizing look. while the statue took our artists months of hard work to complete. You can use this figurine for different Buddhist Rituals and meditational practices, and it will be the perfect gift for a practitioner like you from Nepal.
Size: 23.6"/60cm (Height) x 17.3"/44cm (Base)
Weight: 13.57 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Yamantaka is one wrathful deity popularly practiced by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. The large size statue depicts his unique and equally interesting iconographic details. His center main head is, in fact a buffalo head, expressing his utmost wrath with open fangs, blazing eye brows, and mustache.