Vajrasattva Brass Statuette Travel Altar Meditation Diety Shrine Statue. This statue is hand cast, ornately detailed solid brass with dark patina. Size is approximately 7 cm's tall and 4.5 cm's width; Perfect for use on a travel shrine/altar. Available gold plated (Rolled Gold, aka Gold Filled), or plain brass.
In Tibetan Buddhism, Vajrasattva is associated with the sambhogakāya and purification practice. Vajrasattva practices are common to all of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism and are used both to purify obscurations so that the Vajrayana student can progress beyond Ngondro practices to the various yoga practices of tantra and also to purify any broken samaya vows after initiation. As such, Vajrasattva practice is an essential element of Tibetan Buddhist practice.
The minimum quantity order is 5 pieces per statue and 10 statues total.