15 Cm Handmade Tibetan Buddhist Miniature Statue of Khadga Yogini with Throne With Full Gold Plated - Made in Nepal
|Size||15 x 11 x 5 cm|
The Khadga Yogini is a deity in the Vajrayana tradition of Buddhism, particularly in the Chakrasamvara cycle of tantra. She is considered to be a fierce and powerful goddess associated with the transformation of negative emotions and the attainment of enlightenment.
A miniature statue of Khadga Yogini with a throne and full gold plating would likely be a highly valuable and intricate piece of art. The throne and statue would likely be made of a high-quality metal, such as bronze, and then covered in a layer of gold using a specialized plating technique.
The statue would likely depict Khadga Yogini sitting on her throne, with her characteristic fierce expression and holding a sword in one hand and a skull cup in the other. Her hair would be wild and adorned with a garland of human heads, and she would be surrounded by a halo of flames.
Such a statue would likely be considered a sacred object by those who practice Vajrayana Buddhism and would be used in meditation and ritual practices to connect with the power and energy of Khadga Yogini. It would also be a valuable work of art and a symbol of the rich cultural and artistic heritage of Buddhist traditions.
|Dimensions||15 × 11 × 5 cm|