Our Vajrayogini statue portrays a powerful Tibetan deity that has eliminated the three poisons of ignorance, hatred and greed. As a result, she is a Buddha and embodies the inseparable union of wisdom and compassion. She is encircled by the flames of burning awareness which consume all neurotic states. Additionally, on her diadem are the five skulls representing the transformation of the khandas into the five wisdoms. In her left hand she raises the kapala “skull cup” which is filled with human blood and brains. As a result, she unequivocally communicates her open disdain for the impermanent, unsatisfactory and selfless nature of worldly existence.
Furthermore, she holds the flaying knife in her right hand and wears the garland of fifty skulls around her shoulders. She stands on a single lotus pedestal and tramples on the worldly goddess Red Kalarati and the worldly god Bhairawa. Against the left arm of the Vajrayogini statue rests the khatvanga which portrays her inseparable union with her consort Heruka.
This world class Vajrayogini statue was completed with intricate precision and detail. Additionally, the artist included an antiquated finish which is highlighted with silver detail. Also, please note that for cosmetic purposes the frame and the khatvanga are removable. Therefore, it can be removed or adjusted to suit the preference of the buyer.