Vajrayoghini statue in silvered bronze.
Vajrayogini is the queen of the Dakinis, known as Women-Who-Walk-in-Heaven of Vajrayana Buddhism. Tibetan Buddhists meditate on her as an icon of spontaneous energy or enlightened consciousness, the feminine aspect of a fully enlightened, proud, wild and energetic Buddha.
In India and Nepal he merges with Durga, the virtuous warrior, with whom he shares the attribute of being "without a consort", that is, of not making a couple with a male divinity, which makes her a powerful symbol of female autonomy, a model of very important reference also for western women.
Dimension: 6 x 2 cm.