Our handmade Vajrakilaya statue was created using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. This method has been passed down within the family castes of the Nepali sculptors for many centuries. As a result, the new owner can rest assured that they have procured a monastic quality sculpture. Indeed, the Nepali statues have been the preferred source of the Tibetan monasteries for many centuries.
Handmade Vajrakilaya Statue Features
The central aspect of the statue is his two main hands wrapped around the consort’s waist. Between these two hands he is holding the magical phurba dagger with 3 blades and magical tip. Each blade of the phurba dagger eliminates one of the three primary hindrances to spiritual realization. Additionally, the three point tip of the phurba dagger symbolizes the point of unhindered concentration which is focused on the great emptiness phenomenon.
Our handmade Vajrakilaya statue and his consort stand surrounded by the flames of pristine awareness. Additionally, they are locked in sensual embrace and trample on the corpses of negativity. On the crest of his crown are the five skulls representing the death of the five aggregates. These skulls represent the body, consciousness, perception, mental factors and feeling which are dissolved to reveal the true emptiness of all phenomenon. Also, the skulls can represent the transmutation of the five poisons into the five wisdoms.