Buddha Vajradhara in Pose of Complete Realization Statue 6HPN# O-099R
Achieving the state of vajradhara is synonymous with complete realization in Buddhism. Here we see the Vajradhara Budda with hands crossed at the wrists, over his heart, a gesture symbolizing the highest energy and the union of compassion. (PN O-099)
This small statue is part of our Nepali Buddha Collection. It illustrates one of the sacred poses of Buddha. It is a beautifully rendered statue with ornate details and flowing elements which when contemplated will help you release your inner boundaries.
- Vajradhara Buddha Statue is made from resin.
- Measures 6 in H x 4 in W x 2.5 in D. Weighs: 0.8 lbs.
- Available in two finishes: Antique Red or Antique Gold and Red
More historical information:
Vajradhara Buddha is the ultimate Primordial Buddha, or Adi Buddha, the highest deity in Tibetan Buddhism. Vajradhara is also known as Samantabhadra Buddha in some forms of Buddhism. The five Wisdom Buddhas (Dhyani Buddhas or Celestial Buddhas) emanated from Vajradhara. The name Vajradhara means "Holder of the Vajra" ying that Vajradhara is the holder or protector of Tantrism. Vajradhara holds the Vjra in his right hand (male) and the belt in his left hand (female). His hands are crossed at the wrists, over his heart, a gesture symbolizing the highest energy and the union of compassion and wisdom necessary to reach enlightenment. The hands are forming the Vajarahundara (union) mudra. He can be represented alone sited in meditation pose or in a tantric depiction embracing his Shakti partner in yabyum position.
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