(SOLD) Tibetan Adi Buddha, Vajradhara Statue 8”
Close (SOLD) Tibetan Adi Buddha, Vajradhara Statue 8”
 Mouse Over Image to Zoom or Click to Enlarge

(SOLD) Tibetan Adi Buddha, Vajradhara Statue 8” Item #7n81

Materials: Lost Wax Method, Hand Painted Copper

Origin: Hand Made in Nepal

Tibetan Name: Dorje Chang

Height: 8 inches

Width: 5 inches

Depth: 3 inches

Weight: 2 pounds

Statue Sold

If you are interested in this item please contact us as we can commission a similar item at [email protected]

Description

Vajradhara is the celestial progenitor of the Kagyu order and of Mahamudra practice. Observing traditional iconographic depictions of the deity, he holds a bell and dorje in his hands, symbols of wisdom and compassion.

Vajradhara is richly adorned with a crown, an elaborate pendant necklace, earrings which consist of large lotus discs, and a flowing scarf which drapes the shoulders, looping at the elbow and falling to the single lotus throne. His eyes are held in a compassionate gaze. His body sways elegantly to the right and the legs are drawn into an adamantine posture. The full lower garment is drawn across the legs and over the lotus seat and the hem is finely painted with floral borders. 

Copyright © Dharma Sculpture 2005 - 2019