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Bajrayogini : Bajrayogini is an important and popular Goddess. Bajrayogini has three forms in number and conform to two distinct types different from each other. In one form she has no head, by carries it in her hand and in another, she has her head intact. The former form is identical in appearance with the Hindu goddess Chhinamasta of the group[ of the Mahavidyas. She is always accompained by the two yoginis on either side of her. She is yellow in colour. She carries in her left hand her own katri held in her right hand. She is nude and her right leg is stretched, while the left is bent down. The another form is of red colour. she is no less terrible tha the headless form. She is surrounded on all sides by the terrible fburning grounds. She stand s in the Alidha attitude, she rides the corpse. She is nude and has three red eyes and round contorled brows, protunding belly and tongue. She carries the kapala in the left hand and the Vajra in the right. the Khatwanga hangs from her left shoulder. This form of Bajrayogini is similar in many respects to form ofNairatma and vajravarahi.Mila - Raspa : Mila raspa was a medicant monk and poet. Mila raspa lived in the beging of the twentyfifth century. Mila raspa spent his life wandering through Tibet performing miracles, converting the nomadic people to Buddhism and writing his 100000 songs. Mila raspa is represented in the bronzes seated on a gazelles skin on a lotus asana. Mila raspa was short, curly hair and is dressed in monastic garments. he always holds his right hand with the fingers extended and the palm turned outwards behing his right ear, as if the was listening to the echoes of nature. His left hand holds a begging bowl.Vajrapani : Vajrapani with the vajra symbol is the spiratual son of the Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya who is the progenitor of the Vajra family. His spiritual motehr is Mamaki. Vajrapani is also known as god of rain.It is said that when the Nagas (serpent) appeared before Buddha to listen to his teachings, Vajrapani was charged by Tathagata to guard them from the attacks of their mortal enemies, the Garudas. To deceive and combat the Garudas, Vajrapani assumed a form with head, wings and claws like the Garuda themselves. Hence, Vajrapani as the protector of Nagas is looked upon as the rain god. So, Norhern Buddhists appeal when rain is needed or is too abunant. One can also find Vajrapani is Garuda form among the various forms of Vajrapani. Vajrapani when represented either stands or sits and carries usually a lotus on which is placed the family symbol of Vajra. Sometime, he hold s the vajra against the chest in one of his hands.

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BAJRAYOGINI STATUE 12" VAJRAPANI STATUE
Bajrayogini is an important and popular Vajrapani with the vajra symbol is the spiritual
Goddess. Bajrayogini is always accompained son of the Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya who is pro-
by the two yoginis on either side of her. Cast genitior of the vajra family.. Cast with a copper
with copper alloy with 24 KT Gold half repoused. alloy with 24 KT Gold half repoused.
Height: 5 " Height: 12"
$ 250 $ 1 2.5 $ 187.5
VAJRAPANI STATUE 8" MILA -RASPA STATUE
Vajrapani with the vajra symbol is the spiritual Mila raspa was a medicant monk and poet..
son of the Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya who is pro- Mila raspa lived in the beging of the twentyfifth
genitior of the vajra family.. Cast with a white century Cast with a copper alloy with 24 KT Gold
metal. half repoused.
Height: 5 " Height: 8 "
$ 250 $ 1 2.5 $ 100
MILA -RASPA STATUE 7" BAJRAYOGINI STATUE
Mila raspa was a medicant monk and poet. Bajrayogini is an important and popular
Mila raspa lived in the beging of the twentyfifth Goddess. Bajrayogini is always accompained
century Cast with a copper alloy with 24 KT Gold by the two yoginis on either side of her. Wound
half repoused. erfully carved stone statue
Height: 5 " Height: 7 "
$ 77.22$ 1 2.5 $ 90.28
9" VAJRAPANI STATUE 13" BAJRAYOGINI STATUE  
Vajrapani with the vajra symbol is the spiritual Bajrayogini is an important and popular
son of the Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya who is pro- Goddess. Bajrayogini is always accompained
genitior of the vajra family. Wounderfully by the two yoginis on either side of her. Wound
Carved stone statue erfully carved stone statue (Antique finished).
Height: 9 " Height: 13""
$ 131.94 $ 1 2.5 $ 263.89
 
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