Gold Gilded Statue of the Wrathful Yamantaka Deity for Ritual
This statue of the wrathful Yamantaka deity is comprised of oxidized copper that is partly gilded in pure gold. The deity is depicted with a bull's head holding a skullcap in his right hand and the rejuvenating red blood of Great Bliss, Raktavarna, in his right. A great halo of blazing fire surrounds the deity. The deity is shown stepping on a buffalo; here, the buffalo represents the obstacles to achieving enlightenment, so stepping on it signifies his triumph over such obstacles.
Since many centuries ago, we have been creating old Vajrayana statues like this one. A perfect addition to your Buddhist Altar and a gift for any devout.
Size: 9.8"/25cm (Height) x 7"/18cm (Base)
Weight: 2.44 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Oxidized Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings, Silver Plated
Yamantaka statue is shown in various ways, one of which is Yamataka Ekavira, which means "lone hero." He has a bull's or buffalo's head with long horns as the center head, among many other features. There are eight primary heads, with the Bodhisattva Manjushri's little crowned head at the pinnacle. Yamantaka dressed in an elephant-skin robe, a garland of freshly cut human skulls, snakes, interwoven bone ornament bracelets, necklaces, and a girdle. Except for his adornments, he is naked. A flaming halo is behind him, and his erect phallus has a crimson tip. He wields a chopping knife (Kartika) in his primary hands, symbolizing his power to sever the root of illusion.