Traditionally Crafted Vajrapani Empowerment Statue of Bodhisattva Art
We have precisely hand-crafted the Vajrapani Empowerment Statue using the traditional Himalayan art method. Vajrapani is depicted ferociously dancing within the halo flames. There is Vajra (thunderbolt) in his right hand while his left-hand holds a lasso. He is presented in a wrathful taut posture. He has a skull crown with a serpent necklace. The molding of the statue was accomplished using traditional methods passed on generations centuries ago. With years of experience, it was crafted with a copper body and glided with 24K pure gold. The months and months of hard work reflect the beauty of the statue.
Size:11"/28cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 2.81 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 Buddha. 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.