Hand Crafted Buddhist Dakini Vajrayogini Gold Statue
The Vajrayogini Gold Statue was crafted in our studio with a flawless intricate design exclusively done by the artists of Nepal. Crafted with a copper body and coated with a layer of genuine 24k gold over various parts of the statue. The statue is further highlighted by the silver electroplated finish over the halo of fire and body ornaments. Vajrayogini is a Buddhist deity who represents the path leading to female Buddhism. She is also known as Dakini the ‘sky dancer.' The statue is depicted wearing a garland made from human skulls while he drinks from a skull in his left hand. A fiery halo is also placed on the back of the deity representing the flames of wisdom.
This exquisitely created gold-plated figurine would be a wonderful present for a practitioner like you.
Size: 16.1"/41cm (Height) x 9.4"/24cm (Base)
Weight: 3.84 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings, Silver Plated
Vajrayogin is a generic female yidam, and while she is occasionally depicted simply as Vajrayogin, she is shown in a different form in almost two-thirds of her sadhanas. Vajravarahi and Krodikali are some of her other manifestations. Vajrayogini is a Vajrayana Buddhist meditation deity and a dakini.