Kurukulla Yogini Statue

Kurukulla Yogini Statue

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Kurukulla Yogini Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 1.5 kg and the size is 25 x 15 x 7cm.

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Kurukulla Yogini Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 1.5 kg and the size is 25 x 15 x 7cm.

The material used to make this statue is Copper Gold Plated. Kurukulla is a female peaceful to semi-wrathful Yidam in Tibetan Buddhism particularly associated with rites of magnetization or enchantment.

Kurukulla is a goddess with four arms and a red body. Her one pair of hands holds a bow and arrow made of flowers, while the other pair holds a hook and noose made of flowers. She crushes the asura Rahu by dancing in a Dakini-pose (the one who devours the sun).

According to Hindu astrology, Rahu is a snake with a demon head (Navagraha) who represents the ascending lunar node.

Kurukulla Mantra

The Kurukulla mantra of is Om Kurukulle Hrih Svaha.

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Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 15 × 25 cm

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