Material: 990 silver, brass
Weight : about 32.6 gram
Vajrasattva has great supernatural powers and can command the gods and generals and nightsticks to subdue demons, and can even protect the practitioner with treasures. Its protector deities include the great gods such as Vishnu and Elephant-nosed Heaven, which symbolize knowledge and wealth. The Dragon King and the Asura King also protect Vajrasattva. Most Nepalese Buddhists believe that Vajrasattva has subdued the Great Self.
Vajrasattva is the wrathful image of the Bodhisattva of the Bodhisattva Division, the Great Strength Bodhisattva, and is known together with Guanyin Bodhisattva and Manjushri Bodhisattva as the "Three Clans", representing the three qualities of "power, compassion and wisdom" respectively. Vajra Hand Bodhisattva was born from Vishnu Buddha after he entered the Universal Virtuous Samadhi. Vajrapani in Sanskrit, Vajra-sattva in Sanskrit, is a part of the Buddha, which is also called "Vajra Heart Bodhisattva". According to Buddhism, the deity Vajrapani is the guardian of the Buddha and the Bodhisattva and is the embodiment of the Buddha and the Bodhisattva. For example, the Ming King, or the Tibetan Buddhist Hruga, are examples of this.
In Buddhist temples, the two generals of humu who defend the gates of the mountains are both a type of the deacon Vajra God. In the Vajra Realm Mandala, there are sixteen Deities of Vajra below. Vajra hand bodhisattva statues are made according to the past tradition, with more added inside, whole gold sherry, shadow stone and so on. This makes a strong sense.