A Vajradhara statue is an embodiment of the primordial Buddha who is also known as “Adi” Buddha. What is the primordial Buddha? Vajradhara is a representation of wisdom as it exists in the universe and he is also known as a combination of Samantabhadra and Samantrabhadri. Buddhists believe that wisdom is an important primordial element of the world systems that has always existed. Our Vajradhara statues are depicted with the ghanta (bell) and Vajra. Vajradhara emphasizes the joining of Samantabhadra and Samantabhadri (compassion and wisdom) which are symbolized by the ghanta and Vajra. As a result, all our Vajradhara statues are shown with each symbol and hands crossed in front of his heart. It is the joining of compassion and wisdom that will allow devotees to eventually reach enlightenment.

These Vajradhara statues are sculpted with intricate precision by world class artisans. These world renown sculptors use traditional methods that they have protected as family secrets for many centuries. Additionally, the Buddha kaya statues made in Nepal have supplied the Tibetan monasteries for nearly a thousand years. Find the best Vajradhara statues for your practice and also find the entire Shakyamuni trinity at Buddha Statues Now.

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