Tibetan Namgyalma Statue | Buddhist Dakini Art of Nepal

SKU: NYZ1127


Traditionally Handmade Tibetan Namgyalma Statue 

Namgyalma, also known as Ushnishavijaya, is a deity of long life and purification. In this Tibetan Namgyalma Statue, we have depicted her in true Buddhist iconographic form, with three faces, each with a third eye. She has calm, semi-wrathful, and wrathful expressions. Her serene appearance in a costume represents the elimination of disasters while seated on a lotus seat. Her other appearance represents longevity and benefits, while her wrathful appearance represents devil defeat.  Her eight hands are holding a vajra, an arrow bow, and a granting gesture. This beautiful vintage statue of Namgyalma was made up of a copper body and gilded with 24k gold by our master artisans in our studio. 

Size: 6.6"/17cm (Height) x 5.9"/15cm (Base)
Weight: 1.01 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Namgyalma is one of the three long-life deities. Her practice not only dispels life obstacles but also purifies negativity and downfalls and protects against birth in the lower realms. Her practice is such a powerful purification. Namgyalma practice is such a powerful purification, and it is especially beneficial for the sick and those with cancer.