Vajradhara in Vajrayana, Adi Buddha is regarded as the highest deity of the Buddhist Pantheon. When represented he begets the name of Vajradhara and is conceived in two forms, single and yabyum. When single he is decorated with jewels, ornaments and dresses. Vajradhar sits in the vajraparyanka or the attitude of meditation. he carries the vajra in the right hand and the ghanta in the left, the two hand being crossed against the chest as vajrahunkara mudra. In Yabyum, his form remains the same as when single except that here he is locked in close embrace by his Shakti.
He is the central figure in the Refuge Tree of KAGYUPA lineage. He is the Tantric form of Shakyamuni and his name means the bearer of the thunderbolt. Vajradhara embodies the primordial awakened mind and many Tantric teachings are attributed to him. He is an expression of Buddhahood itself in both single and yabyum form. He is depicted with his arms crossed on his chest, each holding a DORJE, the thunderbolt.
|Weight (Avg)||2.0 Kgs approx|
|Weight (Packaging/Shipping)||2.5 Kgs|
|Gestures||Vajradhara statue in exclusively master piece artwork or finely carved statue in copper antiquated finishing.|
|Ships/Delivery From||Lalitpur, Nepal|
|Delivery Time||Normally within 48 hours after order confirmation and succesful transaction,but 2/3 days time depending on order and as per destination|
|Shiping Partner||TNT door to door delivery|
- Stock: Out Of Stock
- Model: BS72601
- Weight: 2.00kg
- Dimensions: 0.00in x 0.00in x 9.00in