This Tibetan Buddha Statues depicts the Tantric Buddhist deity Guhyasamaja Akshobhyavajra. Translates as "secret assembly," Guhyasamaja mandalas are an elementary component of the Tantric method of enlightenemnt and date to the beginnings of the Tantric schools in Tibet.
This statue has three bodies, and the central figure holds the Bell and Dorje (also called a vajra) which are used in ritual, as they symbolize knowledge and action. With six arms altogether, the arms on the right hold a chakra (or disc), as well as a blue lotus (padma). The two remaining arms hold a sword, as well as the Triple Gems, commonly called the Triratana. Please view this page for more information about Guhyasamaja Akshobhyavajra.
Dimensions: 11 Inches Tall by 8 Inches Wide by 5 Inches Deep
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