Vajrasattva Gold Statue - Full Gold Buddha Statue.
- This Vajrasattva Gold Statue is handmade and hand-carved in Nepal.
- Size: 36 x 21 x 13 cm
- Fully Gold Plated Body
- 24k gold painted face
- Highest Quality Newar Carvings.
- Place of Origin: 44700 Lalitpur, Nepal.
- Production Capacity: 10 pieces in 3 months.
- Wholesale order is accepted. Please contact us for more.
This Vajrasattva Gold Statue is - Fully Gold Plated with 24 Carat Gold Painted Face. It has Highest quality carvings done by Newar Artisans of Nepal- The statue stands 12 and half inches tall is best for placing in front of your Buddhist Zen Altar for Meditation and prayers purpose. It is also good for Home Decoration. Even Monasteries and Temples can place it on their altars.
Statue sits cross-legged in the meditative pose. But the difference is he carries Vajra (Dorje Tibetan term) in his right hand with palms facing upward against the chest. Bell also called Ghanta is in the left hand resting upon the left thigh.
Vajrasattva Buddha rupa has two forms, one is single and another is YabYum (Tibetan Form – it comes with the consort or partner). This Dhyani Buddha wears all the rich jewelry gold or silver ornaments with precious or semi precious stones carved in them
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Sculpting Buddha Statue By Lost Wax Method
Sculpting Buddha statue is a lengthy process which requires great skill and time. Sculpting of a large piece can take up to 6 or even more months and several artisans to work on it for accomplishment. In ancient times, the methods of making statues were kept secret among few families in Patan and Kathmandu. The skill was passed down to generation and was guarded from those outside the family circle.
The process of making of a Buddha statue is known as Lost Wax method as the original wax model is drained out by heat from the mold and is LOST in that sense. There are mainly three major steps of casting a sculpture and two other steps to completing a Buddha statue. read more...