Vajrayogini Statue – Copper Gold Plated

Vajrayogini Statue – Copper Gold Plated

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Vajrayogini Statue – Copper Gold Plated is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 0.874 kg and the size is 17 x 11 x 45cm.

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Vajrayogini Statue – Copper Gold Plated is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 0.874 kg and the size is 17 x 11 x 45cm.

The material used to make this statue is Copper Gold Plated.  Vajrayogini is a Dakini and a Vajrayana Buddhist meditation deity. She is considered to be a female Buddha. Vajrayogini means “diamond female yogi” in Sanskrit. She is a Highest Yoga Tantra Yidam, and her practice includes strategies for preventing ordinary death, intermediate states, and rebirth (by transforming them into spiritual roads), as well as transforming all banal daily experiences into higher spiritual paths.

Vajrayogini Mantra

The Vajrayogini Mantra is om vajra yo gi ni hum phat Sva ha.

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Weight 0.874 kg
Dimensions 11 × 17 cm

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