Antique Khmer Style Bronze 'Hear No Evil' Statue - 27cm/11"
Measures (Height) 27cm/11"
An antique Khmer style mounted 'Hear No Evil' statue. Mounted on a wood base the devi has her fingers in her ears, in a gesture of not being able to hear.
She has a large ushnisha protuberance on top of her head symbolizing his high level of spiritual development.
The casting is beautiful as you can see in the fine details of the face. Each detail is rendered perfectly. The distinctive patina of the piece is also particularly delightful. This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add serenity to your home, office or sacred space.
One of the most recognisable of the Asian deities this representation of the spiritual teacher Buddha is sure to enlighten your home with endlessly timeless style.
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Hevajra, with his wrathful appearance and intricate symbolism, serves as a profound guide on the path to spiritual realization within Vajrayana Buddhism.
His imagery is a potent reminder of the inseparable nature of wisdom and compassion, the transcendence of dualities, and the transformative power of spiritual practice.