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Yamantaka,Vajrabhairava Statue 3.46"

Yamantaka,Vajrabhairava Statue 3.46"

⏱Vintage: 1980s

☞Handmade: 100%

⚒Materials: Copper

☲Size: 3.5" × 2.6"

Regular price $129.99 USD
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This old Yamantaka,Vajrabhairava statue was collected from gerze, Tibet.
It is made of copper, paint with mineral pigments,size is 3.5 × 2.6 inches .
You can make it as a amulet pendant, or put it into your shrine.

  • 100% Handmade
  • Pendant material:copper
  • Color:brown
  • Pattern:amitayus
  • Length: 88mm / 3.5 inches
  • Width: 65mm / 2.6 inches

❤ABOUT Yamantaka
Yamantaka or Vajrabhairava is the "destroyer of death" deity of Vajrayana Buddhism.Sometimes he is conceptualized as "conqueror of the lord of death".Of the several deities in the Buddhist pantheon named 'Yamantaka', the most well known, also called as 'Vajrabhairava' belongs to the Anuttarayoga Tantra class of deities popular within the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Yamantaka is a wrathful expression of Manjusri, the Samyaksambuddha of wisdom who, in other contexts, also functions as a dharmapala or a Heruka. Yamantaka manifests in several different forms, one of which has six legs, six faces and six arms holding various weapons while sitting or standing on a water buffalo. The topmost face is the wrathful aspect of Manjusri, with a red face below it. The other faces are yellow, dark blue, red, black, white, grey, and brown. Each face has three eyes. Common representations also depict thirty-two hands and sixteen legs. In Chinese Esoteric Buddhism and Shingon Buddhism, Yamāntaka is the wrathful emanation of Amitabha and is pictured with six faces, legs and arms holding various weapons while sitting on a white ox.

(Tibetan: གཤིན་རྗེ་གཤེད་, རྡོ་རྗེ་འཇིགས་བྱེད།, simplified Chinese: 大威德金刚; traditional Chinese: 大威德金剛; pinyin: Dà Wēidé Jīngāng; Korean: 대위덕명왕 Daewideok-myeongwang; Japanese: 大威徳明王 Daiitoku-myōō; Mongolian: Эрлэгийн Жаргагчи Erlig-jin Jarghagchi)
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