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6.25” Saraswati Statue
US$ 113.33
Speciality: Beautifully Hand Carved Copper Alloy With 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded Saraswati Copper Statue which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
Beautifully Hand Carved Copper Alloy With 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded Saraswati Copper Statue or Sculpture is carved in Patan, Nepal. This 8.5” Copper Alloy Saraswati Sculpture with Partially Gold Gilded is beautifully hand carved Copper Statue.

Saraswati – The Goddess of Knowledge
Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and the arts. Saraswati has been identified with the Vedic Saraswati River. She is considered as consort of Brahma, the Hindu god of creation. Thus, with the goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati or Durga, she forms the Tridevi ("three goddesses"), who are consorts of the male trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, respectively. Saraswati's children are the Vedas, which are the oldest sacred texts of Hinduism.

The Goddess Saraswati is often depicted as a beautiful, white-skinned woman dressed in pure white often seated on a white Nelumbo nucifera lotus (although Her actual vahana is believed to be a swan), which symbolizes that she is founded in the experience of the Absolute Truth. Thus, she not only has the knowledge but also the experience of the Highest Reality. She is mainly associated with the color white, which signifies the purity of true knowledge. Occasionally, however, she is also associated with the colour yellow, the colour of the flowers of the mustard plant that bloom at the time of her festival in the spring. She is not adorned heavily with jewels and gold, unlike the goddess Lakshmi, but is dressed modestly — perhaps representing her preference of knowledge over worldly material things.

She is generally shown to have four arms, which represent the four aspects of human personality in learning: mind, intellect, alertness, and ego. Alternatively, these four arms also represent the 4 vedas, the primary sacred books for Hindus. The vedas, in turn, represent the 3 forms of literature:

• Poetry — the Rigveda contains hymns, representing poetry
• Prose — Yajurveda contains prose
• Music — Samaveda represents music.

The four hands also depict this thusly — prose is represented by the book in one hand, poetry by the garland of crystal, music by the veena. The pot of sacred water represents purity in all of these three, or their power to purify human thought.
8.75” Vajrasattva Statue
US$ 115.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Vajrasattva statue made from Plastic Paste which is made by the artist of Nepal.
This 8.75” Vajrasattva Sculpture is made from Plastic Paste which is made by the artisan of Nepal.

Vajrasattva – The Sixth Dhyani Buddha
Vajrasattva, the sixth Dhyani Buddha, is regarded as the priest of the Five Dhyani Buddhas. Vajrasattva is the Buddha of Purification. Vajrasattva is not represented in the stupa like other Dhyani Buddhas, but independent shrines are dedicated to his worship. Vajrasattva wears all ornaments, rich dress and a crown. Vajrasattva is white in color. Vajrasattva sits cross legged in the meditative pose like other Dhyani Buddhas. Vajrasattva always carries the vajra in his right hand with palm upwards against the chest and ghanta (bell) in the left hand resting upon the left thigh. As the "work" or Karma protector, Vajrasattva also manifests the energies of all Buddhas. Any practice of Vajrasattva is related to the practices of confession and purification as present in all Buddhist traditions.

This beautiful 8.75” is shown in white, signifying his immaculate purity in Dhyana asana. Vajrasattva right hand holds the vajra at the level of his heart while his left hand clasps the bell. The bell is said to symbolize wisdom and the vajra signifies the means of utilizing this wisdom. Together the vajra and the bell symbolize the fusion of all polarities, including masculine and feminine qualities, in one Enlightened experience.
3.5” Namasangiti Manjushri Statue
US$ 141.67
Speciality: Copper Alloy With 24 Karat Fully Gold Gilded with Antique Style which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
3.5” Antique Namasangiti Manjushri Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with Fully Gold Gilded and in Antique Style which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.

Namasangiti Manjushri
Namasangiti Manjushri is one of the important manifestations of Manjushri, the embodiment of wisdom of all the Buddhas. It is said that he was already enlightened countless aeons ago. During Shakyamuni’s time he appeared himself as one of his eight chief bodhisattva disciples. Countless Buddhas of ten directions have been his disciples. Therefore he was called Adi Buddha Manjushree. Namasangiti text has more than eight hundred words of deep spiritual significance describing this deity.

In the usual form, Namasangiti had one head and twelve arms. Namasangiti Manjushri is seated with Dhyana Mudra. Namasangiti Manjushri wears all the Bodhisattva ornaments typical of Sambhogakaya aspects. Namasangiti has Ushnisha in his head and wears a crown. His uppermost arms above his head are in the Uttarabodhi Mudra i.e. two hands folded to form a prostration attitude. His other two hands at the breast level are in Dharma Chakra or (Abhaya Mudra?). Two other hands are in Tarpana Mudra i.e. about to offer water from the alms bowl. Two hands hold an alms bowl kept in the lap. Two hands at the shoulder level hold sword and scripture on a lotus and the other two hands hold bow and arrow. This form of Namasangiti is very popular in Kathmandu valley.
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