Traditional Himalayan White Mahakala Statue for Your Buddhist Altar
This beautifully crafted piece of White Mahakala statue employs traditional Himalayan motifs and designs delicately produced in our studio. Carved out of fine copper and gilded with 24k gold, the statue exudes brilliant shine. The deity is depicted standing atop a sun disc lotus seat with a wrathful appearance. He bears 3 pairs of arms, each holding various items significant to the deity's divine abilities and his role as the protector of wealth. The deity is surrounded by blazing flames that add to his wrathful appearance. It is a beautiful piece made by our artists after months of hard work with hammers and chisels.
The statue is perfect for any devotee like yourself and can be used for various Buddhist rituals and activities like meditation and yoga.
Size: 12.2"/31cm (Height) x 9"/23cm (Base)
Weight: 4.13 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Mahakala is the guardian god of Mahayana Buddhism and all Tibetan Buddhist schools. He represents various ways, each with its features and characteristics. In some circumstances, he is seen as the emanation of distinct beings, such as Avalokitesvara or Chakrasamvara. The five kleshas (adverse ailments) are transmuted into the five pearls of wisdom, and Mahakala is generally typically represented with a crown of five skulls.