Tibetan Vajrasattva Empowerment Gold Plated Sculpture
We have skillfully created the Vajrasattva Practice Statue in our workshop using the knowledge and methods passed down through the decades. The statue was created using authentic traditional iconography. Vajrasattva stands on a moon disc lotus seat. The deity is portrayed clutching a vajra while holding a bell in his other hand and his right hand near his chest. We used the copper body to form it, then 24 Karat gold was used for gilding it. The crown and robe are intricate design patterns that are hand-carved. We have adorned crowns and body ornaments with precious gemstones. We have used materials of the highest quality to craft the statue. We assure you that this piece of art will last for many years.
This figure may be used for various Buddhist rituals and daily activities.
Size: 10.6"/27cm (Height) x 4.7"/12cm (Base)
Weight: 2.16 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Dorje Gyan, or "Vajra Ornament," is the Vajrasattva root tantra in Tibetan Buddhism. Vajrasattva practices are used in Tibetan Buddhism to clear obscurations so that Vajrayana students can progress beyond Ngondro practices to the various tantric yoga practices and clear any broken Samaya vows after initiation. As a result, Vajrasattva practice is a necessary component of Tibetan Buddhist practice.