Traditional Buddhist Small Vajrapani Sculpture
The Small Vajrapani Sculpture was meticulously handmade using the traditional Himalayan art technique. Here Vajrapani is portrayed dancing fiercely within the halo flames. His left hand holds a lasso, while his right-hand holds a Vajra (thunderbolt). He is displayed in a wrathful pose. He wears a serpent necklace and a skull crown. The statue was molded using copper and gilded with pure 24-karat gold. You can use this artwork for various purposes, such as in your regular meditational or yoga activities, in different Buddhist rituals, and for home décor things.
This statue has accurate traditional iconography and fine details and will be a perfect gift to a devotee like you from Nepal.
Size: 8.2"/21cm (Height) x 6.2"/16cm (Base)
Weight: 1.75 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Vajrapani, known as “chag na dor je” in Tibetan is one of the earliest deities of Mahayana Buddhism. He represents the power of all Buddhas. With the opening of the third eye, he looks ferocious. He is a Bodhisattva who represents the enlightened mind's energy, and his mantra reflects that characteristic. The dancing within the halo flames represents transformation. The holding of Vajra stands for power that cuts through the delusion’s darkness, and the lasso is to bind demons.