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Partly Gold Gilded 52cm Standing Vajrasattva Statue

SGD 7,899.00 SGD 4,549.00

Statue Identity: Standing Vajrasattva Statue
Product Dimensions: Height: 52cm, Width: 31.5cm, Depth: 18cm

Production Method: Lost Wax method 
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, Partly 24k Gold Gilded, Turquoise, Coral, Silver
Shipping Weight: 5500 grams
Product Origin: Patan, Nepal
Currency: Singapore Dollar

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World Class Standing Vajrasattva Statue

Our standing Vajrasattva statue was hand made by a collaboration of three master artisans in Patan, Nepal. Additionally, his unique white body color was derived from painting with a combination of glass and silver. His robe, Bodhisattva crown, jewelry and the pedestal he is standing on are beautifully carved and studded with coral and turquoise stones. Furthermore, the statue is partly gilded in 24k gold. As a result, when you purchase this Vajrasattva statue you can rest assured that you have procured a world class masterpiece quality sculpture.

Standing Vajrasattva is a Sambhogakaya Embodiment

Our standing Vajrasattva statue is one of the three kayas (Buddha bodies) called the sambhogakaya. Additionally, he is believed to be an embodiment of the Adi Buddha – Vajradhara. As such, he is the embodiment of ultimate reality and is also closely associated with the Five Dhyani Buddhas, especially Vairocana. 

The sculptor of this Vajrasattva statue also depicted him wearing the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva. However, he also is imbued with traditional symbols such as the Ushnisha topknot, 3 necklines and the third eye of wisdom is engraved between his brows.

Special Adornments of our Vajrasattva Statue

Vajrasattva is depicted wearing the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva. The crown, jewels and details of his robe are decorated with colorful stones. Additionally, the color of the stones is turquoise which is a special combination of blue and green. Indeed, blue signifies the purity of the Buddhas and green symbolizes their readiness to act. The special adornments embellish the statue and may inspire all those who lay their eyes on it.

Special Meaning of our Standing Vajrasattva Statue

Vajrasattva is depicted holding the vajra in his right hand and the ghanta (bell) in his left hand. These are important symbols associated with the Vajrasattva meaning. The ghanta (bell) represents the feminine attribute of wisdom and the vajra symbolizes the masculine attribute of compassion. The combination of these two symbols is very significant. This is because it is the joining of compassion and wisdom which is the essence of enlightenment. Click here to learn more about Vajrasattva.

Special Adornments of our Vajrasattva Statue

Vajrasattva is depicted wearing the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva. The crown, jewels and details of his robe are decorated with colorful stones. One of the colors is turquoise which is a special combination of blue and green. Indeed, blue signifies the purity of the Buddhas and green symbolizes their readiness to act. Additionally, the other color used is red. When red is used as an object of meditation, Tibetan Buddhists believe that it will transform their anger into wisdom. The special adornments embellish the statue and may inspire all those who lay their eyes on it.

Vajrasattva Rituals for Karma Purification

Tibetan Buddhists strongly associate Vajrasattva with karma purification rituals. Indeed, Vajrasattva is a complex deity. However, devotees believe that reciting his mantra will clean the five aggregates of all past negative karma.

Vajrasattva has a 100 syllable mantra and a much shorter 6 syllable mantra. Although lamas teach devotees that both mantras are equally effective, the 100 syllable mantra is clearly more difficult. Nonetheless, all devotees need to say is “Om Vajrasattva Hum” and the deity will heed their call.

Vajrasattva Mantra:

“OM VAJRASATTVA HUM”

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