Our Nepali Hevajra statue is featured with his consort Nairatmya locked in sensual embrace. They dance on the corpses of the four maras who no longer impede their path to enlightenment. Additionally, Hevajra features eight faces, sixteen arms and four legs. They are surrounded by the flames of pristine awareness which consume all neurotic mental states.
A notable feature of Hevajra is that he holds sixteen skull cups in his hands. On the left side the cups hold Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Sun, Moon, Yama and Vaishravana personified in human form. In his right hands the cups hold elephant, horse, ass, camel, man, ox, lion and cat. The skull cup serves as a symbol for the mind that is a component of the body, speech and mind notion. It also serves as a potent symbol for impermanence and the illusory nature of all phenomenon. Each object in the skull cups represents one of the sixteen voidnesses or emptiness.
Nepali Hevajra Statue Handmade in Nepal
Our Nepali Hevajra statue with consort was hand crafted in Patan, Nepal using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. As a result, the buyer can rest assured they have procured a monastic quality statue. Indeed, the Nepali artisans have served as the preferred source of the Tibetan monasteries for all statues and ritual items. Our Nepali Hevajra statue with consort comes with free express shipping to any destination worldwide.