Wood Vajrakilaya Dorje Phurba Torma (Dudjom Tersar)
Vajrakilaya (Dorje Phurba) torma made out of wood. This serves as a deity-torma to be placed in one’s shrine. This specific style of deity-torma is used especially in Nyingma Vajrakilaya practices - especially in the Dudjom Tersar tradition.
This torma is also very portable and durable as it is not made from the usual perishable roasted barley flour (tsampa) and butter. Perfect for your permanent shrine, as support for one’s vajrayana sadhana practice where the use of a torma (Tib. lhator) is required but one has no familiarity or expertise in making one out of roasted barley flour and butte
- 16" tall, 4" wide base
- 6" at its widest point