Our Vajrasattva statues are a personification of the Sambhogakaya which is a embodiment reserved for Buddhas and high level bodhisattvas. Sambhogakaya is described as a “subtle body of limitless form” and it is one of the three embodiments of the Trikaya. All of our Vajrasattva statues are sculpted with intricate detail by the world class artisans of Nepal. Devotees are also inspired by the Vajrasattva mantra which invokes the forgiveness and absolution of Vajrasattva.  Additionally, the most common depiction of Vajrasattva shows him holding the Vajra and the (ghanta) bell. It is a representation of compassion and wisdom and the joining of these elements may result in enlightenment.

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