Three inch metal Driguk. It has a sharpened polished blade with a half vajra molded into the handle. The curved knife of the dakini. Often seen held in tandem with a skull cup by female Buddhas in Thangkas, the driguk symbolizes the wisdom of emptiness. The double-sided blade severs the two obscurations which block our experience of enlightenment. It then pulls us towards our own inevitable awakening with it's hook of compassion. The main implement of the dakini. A powerful support for powerful practice.
4" x 3"