legendary eleven-headed roopa of Bodhisattva
Avalokiteshvara has been translated by the maker of this copper Phurba
(ritual dagger) into his wrathful aspect as Mahakala, with all eleven heads
radiating formidable energy. Placed on an exquisite double-layered lotus
platform, the Phurba is empowered by the
presence of Mahakala, who is a mighty protector in Tibetan Buddhism.
Balancing the heads of Mahakala, the Phurba has four Makara mouths, from which
the blade emerges, etched with intertwined serpent motifs, which symbolize the
innate abilities of the human self.
0.26 kg -Weight of Wooden Stand
2.80 inch Height x 6.00 inch Width x 6.00 inch Depth -Wooden Stand
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