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   In Vajrayana, Adi Buddha is regarded as the highest deity of the Buddhist Pantheon. When represented, he begets the name of Vajradhara and is conceived in two forms, single and yabyum. When single he is decorated with jewels, ornaments and dresses. He sits in the vajraparyanka or the attitude of meditation. He carries the vajra in the right hand and the ghanta in the left, the two hands being crossed against the chest as vajrahunkara mudra. In yabyum, his form remains the same as when single except that here he is locked in close embrace by his Sakti.

ID# :  MAC 15
Height :  12 Inches
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