Gold Gilded 11.5" Yamantaka Sculpture, Fine Hand Carved Details, Fire Gilded 24K Gold Finish - Gallery
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Gold Gilded 11.5″ Yamantaka Sculpture, Fine Hand Carved Details, Fire Gilded 24K Gold Finish

$3,399.00 $1,679.00

Statue Identity: Yamantaka, Megh Sambara, Vajrabhairava
Product Dimensions: Height: 11.5″ w/frame, 9.25″ w/o frame, Width: 8.75″, Depth: 4.75″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method, Hand Face Painted, Fire Gilded
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, 24k Gold
Shipping Weight: 4500 grams approx.

The Nepali artisan completed our Yamantaka sculpture with the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva. At the request of the buyer, we can adorn the crowns and jewelry of the sculpture with turquoise and red coral stones before delivery. As a result, the colors will highlight the features of Yamantaka and the shakti to inspire all those who see it.

This sculpture was handmade using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. Indeed, the complexities of the our Yamantaka sculpture are displayed in intricate detail and the faces are hand painted giving them a truly frightening appearance. The Nepali artisans have long been the source of the Tibetan monasteries for sculptures and ritual items. Therefore, the buyer can rest assured they have procured a monastic quality Yamantaka sculpture.

The Story of Yamantaka

This Yamantaka sculpture portrays the wrathful embodiment of Manjushri – “Bodhisattva of Wisdom”. Yamantaka is the “Conqueror of Death” because he has transcended the cycle of rebirth. Additionally, he defeated Yama – the “God of Death” and keeper of the hell realms.

To defeat the god of death, Yamantaka appeared with the head of a bull and eight other ferocious faces. He also has 32 hands holding sharp weapons and 16 legs that trample on the corpses of negativity. Our Yamantaka sculpture stands within the flames of pristine awareness that consume all neurotic mental states. Click here to learn more about Yamantaka.

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