Vajrasattva, Dorje Sempa For Practice, Himalayan Buddhist Gold Statue
A widely practiced Vajrasattva, also known as Dorje Sempa (Tibetan) Statue is here for your preliminary practice. Uniquely hand made, he is portrayed with a colorful display of vibrant shades on a fully gold plated body.
His face displays the utter calmness and serenity as it is traditionally gilded in pure 24K gold. Among all the ornaments and silk of a Bodhisattva, his 5 jeweled crown stands out perfectly. There is a playful and balanced contrast between the greens, reds and blues. Perfect to contemplate upon, this Vajrasattva will surely be a great addition to your meditation altar.
Size: 66cm/25.98" (Height) x 40cm/15.74"
Medium: 24K Gold, Copper Body, Precious Stones
Vajrasattva/Dorje Sempa is one of the most important deities in the practice of tantra. Before formally entering into the higher deity tantra practice, one is required to do extensive Vajrasattva mantra recitation and visualization.
Vajrasattva/Dorje Sempa is regarded as a meditation deity or 'Thunderbolt being'. It is depicted with a bell in his left hand at the level of his hip and a Vajra in his right hand at his chest.