Chakrasamvara Ritual Statue

Chakrasamvara Ritual Statue

$2275

Chakrasamvara Ritual Statue is made in Nepal by statue artists.  The weight of this statue is 4.12 kg and the dimension is 32 x 24 x 11cm.

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Chakrasamvara Ritual Statue is made in Nepal by statue artists.  The weight of this statue is 4.12 kg and the dimension is 32 x 24 x 11cm.

The material used to make this statue is Copper Gold Plated. Chakrasamvara’s implements and ornaments celebrate the vanquishing of ego-driven spiritual paths. Chakrasamvara is the wheel of supreme bliss is an icon of the enlightened mind in which desire and wrath are transformed into rapturous compassions.

He wears tiger skin wrapped around his dark-blue waist and elephant skin across his back. He wears bone ornaments and a tiara of skulls.

 

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Weight 4.12 kg
Dimensions 24 × 32 cm

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