The artisan created this beautiful Nepali Cintachakra statue with a crystal body and embedded semi-precious stones. Additionally, the artisan included the crown and earrings of a Bodhisattva. At the buyer’s request we would be happy to adorn the crown and earrings with turquoise and red coral stones. At no extra charge, we can embellish the statue before delivery.
Our Nepali Cintachakra statue is seated in the full lotus pose, also known as the “vajra” or thunderbolt position. Her complexion emanates with the glow of a thousand white moons. Additionally, her right hand lies across her right knee in the mudra of supreme generosity. In her left hand between the thumb and index finger she holds the stem of the uptala flower near her heart, while the flower blossoms over her left shoulder.
7 Eyed Nepali Cintachakra Statue
Cintachakra’s rich symbolism is fortified with her 7 eyes. There are 3 eyes on her face including the eye in the middle of her forehead enabling her to see the ultimate reality. Plus, there is also a single eye on the palms of her hands and the soles of her feet. Therefore, all of her actions are governed by the ultimate compassion and wisdom.
Cintachakra originated as one of the 21 embodiments of the Tara Bodhisattva. Also known as the “Wish Fulfilling Wheel”, Cintachakra grants the wishes of her devotees. Additionally, she is one of the three Tibetan long life deities and she shares her attributes of healing, long life, compassion and serenity with her followers.
The Tara Bodhisattva is also believed to be the first advocate for feminism. As a result of Buddhism moving eastward it was thought that the religion should be more inclusive. Therefore, Tara became compassionate about encouraging more females to obtain enlightenment and vowed to continue as a female Bodhisattva until there were more female Buddhas. Click here to learn more about the Tara Bodhisattva.