CUSTOMER
SERVICE
TRACK YOUR
ORDER
SITE
MAP
FAQs
ANSWERED
Search Products:
Advanced Search
Store
  Buddha Statues
  Akshobhya Buddha Statues
  Amitabha Buddha Statues
  Amoghsiddhi Buddha Statues
  Buddha Head Sculptures
  Compassion Buddha Statues
  Dipamkara Buddha Statues
  Hungry Buddha Statues
  Maitreya Buddha Statue
  Medicine Buddha Statues
  Pancha Buddha Statues
  Ratnasambhava Buddha Statues
  Shakyamuni Buddha Statues
  Standing Buddha Statues
  Vairocana Buddha Statues
More
  Bodhisattva Statues
  Akash Jogini Statues
  Aparmita Statues
  Avalokiteshvara Statues
  Chakrasamvara Statues
  Chandi Statues
  Citipati Statues
  Ekajati Statues
  Green Tara Statues
  Guru Atisha Statues
  Guru Karmapa Statues
  Guru Marpa Statues
  Guru Tsongkhapa Statues
  Hayagriva Statues
  Hevarja Statues
  Kalachakra Statues
  Kubera Statues
  Kurukulla Statues
  Lokeshvara Statues
  Mahankala Statues
  Manjushri Statues
More
  Shakya Art Gallery
  Antique Statues
  Buddhist Ritual Items - Copper
  Buddhist Ritual Items - Silver
  Hindu God & Goddess Statues
  Multi Colored Statues
  Other Statues
  Protectors & Yidams Statues
  Special Collections
  Stupa or Chorten
  Tibetan Thangka Scroll Paintings
More
Speical Collections
Ferious Dieties
Multicolor Statues
BuddhistCrafts.Com
Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi

Chakrasamvara and his consort Vajravarahi embrace in a sexual union that symbolizes enlightenment through the blissful union on compassion and wisdom. This male – female union is known as the Yab – Yum form. In contrast, Chakrasamvara stands on minor deities representing maleness and femaleness. The deity under his right foot is Kalaratri, the night of Time, who represents Nirvana. Under the left is Bhairava, the terrifying, who represents Samsara. Chakrasamvara has transcended these extremes, so he stands atop them in the warrior’s pose, with the left knee bent and the right extended at an angle. Chakrasamvara is blue in color with four faces, twelve hands and two legs. Chakrasamvara also wears garlands of skulls about his neck and waist one of which hangs between the two legs. The faces are blue, yellow, green and white. The first two hands hold a Vajra and Bell and embrace the mother consort. The last two hold an elephant skin out – stretched; third right a Damaru, fourth an axe, fifth a trident, sixth a curved knife known as Kartika. The third right left holds a Khatvanga marked with a Vajra; fourth a Vajra noose, fifth a blood filled Skull Cup known as Kapala, sixth carries the four – faced head of Brahma. The right let is straight and presses on the breast of red Kalaratri; left bent and presses on the head of Yama. Each head has a crown of five dry human skulls, a necklace of fifty fresh heads and bone ornaments; wearing a lower garment of tiger skin. In the lap is the Mother Vajrayogini, with body red in color, one face, two hands and three eyes. The left holds a blood filled skull cup and embraces the Father, and the right, in a threatening gesture, holds a curved knife known as Kartika. The right and left legs embrace the Father. Both Father – Mother stand in the middle of an orange fire of pristine awareness above a multi – colored lotus and sun disc. In the other representations, Chakrasamvara typically holds the flayed skin of the elephant of ignorance behind his back. This is another symbol of the obstacles to enlightenment which he has overcome.

Chakrasamvara’s consort, Vajravarahi is herself an important deity symbolizing wisdom. She stretches her left leg to rest her foot on Chakrasamvara’s right foot. Her right leg is folded over his thigh. Vajravarahi wears a small crown and holds a skull cup and a Vajra Chopper, both behind Chakrasamvara. Vajravarahi wears an ornate girdle and has bracelets of human bone on her wrists and ankles.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

View Our Chakrasamvara and Vajravarahi Statues Catalogue

View Our Buddha Statues Catalogue

View Our Bodhisattva Statues Catalogue

View Our Hindu God & Goddess Statues Catalogue

View Our Buddhist Ritual Items Catalogue

View Our Stupa Catalogue

My Shopping Cart
Items : 0
Sub Total : US$ 0.00
Checkout Edit Cart
Search By Price
US$ 50 - 100 US$ 250 - 300
US$ 100 - 150 US$ 300 - 350
US$ 150 - 200 US$ 350 - 400
US$ 200 - 250 US$ 400 - 450
Shipping Partners
 
Shakya Statues ?
Custome Statues Order
View Our Showroom
Consecration of Statues
Dress your Statues
Commission A Statue
Old Master Piece Statues Copies
Material For Statues
Gallery
Patan Arts Gallery
Bhaktapur Arts Gallery
Kathmandu Arts Gallery
Testimonals
Links
Artists
Process
Privacy Statement
Shipping and Returns
Satisfaction Gurantees
Dealership and Affiliate
100% Safe, Secure Shipping
Metal Arts in Nepal
Articles and Journals
Our Statue Information
Buddhist Meditation
News and Events
Buddhist Resources Center
Asian Arts and Culture
Nepal
Buddhist Arts and Artifacts
Buddhist Tradition
Buddhist Ritual Itmes
Copyright © 2006, ShakyaStatues.com. All Rights Reserved
 
All content and pictures display on this website are owned by ShakyaStatues.com and protected by HMG and International copy right law.. All rights reserved. You may not reproduce modify, distribute contained in this website without our prior written permission.