Tibetan Gold Plated Sculpture of Wrathful Vajrapani
With the skillset and technique, inherited from centuries, we have beautifully crafted the sculpture Wrathful Vajrapani in our studio. The deity is depicted expressing wrathful expression, dancing fiercely within the halo flames. His left hand is holding a lasso, and his right hand is holding a Vajra (thunderbolt). The body is molded using copper. We have hand-craved beautiful design patterns on the statue which is then glided with pure 24K gold. We also used acrylic paintings on the statue. It took us months and months of hard work the completion the statue. You can use this statue for different Buddhist Rituals. It will be a perfect gift and addition to your shrine from Nepal.
Size: 12.9"/33cm (Height) x 10.2"/26cm (Base)
Weight: 4.01 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.