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BuddhaVajrasattva Statue

BuddhaVajrasattva  Statue Dimension: 9 x 6 x 4 Inches

This handcrafted Vajrasattva statue is an example of amazing craftsmanship. This statue is made of copper, but is decorated gracefully by 24-karat gold polish on face, chest and other regions of body. He is the Buddha of purification. He manifests the energies of all Buddhas. He is portrayed with one face and two hands and resembles a youth. He is seated on a lotus with his torso gracefully curved in a dancer''s pose. His legs are crossed in the vajra position. In his right hand he holds a gold vajra (thunderbolt) to his heart and in his left, at his hip he holds a silent, upturned, bell.

He is lavishly dressed in fine garments and is richly adorned with gold and jewels as befits a prince - with crown, hair ornaments, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, anklets, etc.

About Vajrasattva

Esoteric Buddhism is an integral part of the Buddhist philosophy. Vajrasattva is the name of bodhisattva Samantabhadra in esoteric Vajrayana Buddhism. To signify their esoteric form many Buddhist icons assume different identities. Vajrasattva holds a key position in two sutras of esoteric Buddhism-Vajrasekhara Sutra and Mahavairocana Sutra.In both the sutras, Vajrasattva learns Dhamma from Mahavairocana Buddha. He is taught the esoteric rituals to propagate the Dhamma. He is also known as ''Prince of Purity''. The meaning of his name is “Adamant Being” or more poetically “Embodying Reality”.

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