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Gold Gilded 15.75" Dancing Kurukulla Statue (Red Tara) - Front
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Gold Gilded 15.75″ Dancing Kurukulla Statue (Red Tara)

SGD 3,999.00 SGD 2,229.00

Statue Identity: Dancing Kurukulla Statue (Red Tara)
Product Dimensions: Height: 15.75″ (w/ frame) 13.75″ (w/o frame), Width: 10.75″, Depth: 5.5″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, Gold Gilded, Gold Face Painted
Shipping Weight: 4500 grams approx.
Product Origin: Patan, Nepal
Currency: Singapore Dollars

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Gold Gilded 15.75″ Kurukulla Statue (Red Tara)

Our Kurukulla statue is an embodiment of dancing Red Tara who is an awe inspiring Tibetan Buddhist deity. Additionally, Kurukulla has special influential powers she will use to bewitch people, including high level politicians and kings. As a result, she can be used to persuade a lost lover or assist her inducer in ministerial matters. Her price for service is the gratuitous recitation of her mantra.

The Tibetan pronunciation of the Kurukulla mantra is “Om Kurukulle Hrih Svaha”. The price break down for influence is 10,000 recitations to fulfill all your desires, 30,000 mantra recitations to subdue a minister and 100,000 mantra recitations for a king.

Kurukulla Statue Features

This Kurukulla statue is depicted with 4 arms. Additionally, she is depicted dancing in dakini pose with her left foot crushing the asura Rahu. In two of her arms she is poised and ready to shoot her flower bow and arrow. Also, in her other two hands she holds a goad and a flower noose. The statue comes with a removable frame which can be adjusted according to your preference.

Our Kurukulla statue is intricately adorned in a crown and jewels. Our master craftsman in Patan, Nepal sculpted these elegant details using the traditional lost wax method. The style and quality is reminiscent of centuries of knowledge which has been passed down through the generations.

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Made In Patan Nepal