This Naro Kacho Vajrayogini statue for sale was handmade in Nepal using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. Additionally, the statue is fire gilded in pure 24K gold. The Nepali artisans have long been the preferred source of the Tibetan monasteries for Buddha statues. As a result, the buyer can rest assured they have procured a monastic quality Vajrayogini statue.
Furthermore, the sculptor adhered to the traditional iconography that was taught by the Indian mahasiddha Naropa. Indeed, this beautiful form of a young voluptuous female is also hand carved in 24K gold. The statue will be most effective for your tantric practice. However, it is also a beautiful form of Buddhist artwork.
At the request of the buyer we can embellish the crown and jewelry with turquoise and red coral stones before delivery. There is no additional cost, but please make the request before shipping.
List of Naro Kacho Vajrayogini Statue Features
- Wisdom Fire (removable frame)
- Skull Crown
- Heruka Chakrasamvara (khatvanga)
- Impaled Three Buddha Heads
- Kapala Skull Cup
- Kartika Flaying knife
- Two Deity Figures Underfoot
- Necklace of Fifty Human Skulls
- Lotus Pedestal
- Bone Ornaments
- Third Eye
- Double Vajra, Vajra
- Unfettered Long Red Hair
- Fierce, Sensual Facial Expression
Naro Kacho Vajrayogini
Vajrayogini Statue Description and Meaning
Vajrayogini in Naro Kacho form is embodied as a stunningly beautiful 16 year old female with full breasts and voluptuous body. Additionally, she is fully naked standing in a provocative posture. Her red hair is also unfettered and she expresses disdain for all conventional norms.
However, this beautiful body is covered with skulls and bone fragments expressing the impermanence of worldly beauty. Indeed, the contrast of macabre human accoutrements with youthful female beauty is an outstanding aspect of Naro Kacho Vajrayogini.
As a result, Vajrayogini practice is most effective for eliminating the negative energy of desire. She is a representation of complete Buddhahood in female form. Furthermore, she is in permanent union with her consort Chakrasamvara.
The Naro Kacho form of Vajrayogini was first visualized by the Indian mahasiddha Naropa. Afterwards it was taught by Naropa and accepted into the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism. Eventually it would also be accepted by the Gelug school and Naro Kacho Vajrayogini is still widely accepted.
Closely Related Deities: Dorje Shugden