Gilded Gold/Bronze 8.5" Vajradhara Nepalese Buddha Statue #st221
Dimensions: 5.5" wide x 3.5" deep x 8.5" high
Weight: 1400 grams; 3 lbs, 1.3 oz
Vajradhara is the most ancient of buddhas, also known as Adi Buddha, or the Dharmakaya Buddha.
The Dharmakaya Buddha represents the transcendence of self, the supreme essence of all Buddhas.
The Vajra is Sanskrit for “diamond” or “thunderbolt”, meaning indestructible.
This Vajradhara Statue folds his arms across his chest, holding a Vajra in each hand.
His legs are folded in full lotus position.
The Vajradhara wears the crown of a bodhisattva.
The body of this statue is made of Bronze.
The face of this statue is made of Gilded 24-Karat Gold.