This beautifully crafted piece of Palden Lhamo statue employs traditional Himalayan motifs and designs delicately produced in our studio. The deity is depicted seated on a horse representing the swiftness with which she can come to the aid of those who call upon her. She holds a sandalwood staff with her right hand, indicating her ability to vanquish ignorance and negativity, and a skull cup with her left hand. She is surrounded by fiery flames giving prominence to her wrathful appearance.
Palden Lhamo, also known as Shri Devi (in Sanskrit), is a female Dharma protector of the Vajrayana Patheons. She is one of the five long-life sisters, including Tseringma. She is considered the consort of Mahakala and is widely knowns as Magzor Gyalmo, a wrathful manifestation of Mother Saraswati.
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Palden Lhamo Half Gold Gilded Copper Statue
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