Beautifully handcrafted Driguk pendant. 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 toward awakening with it's curved hook of compassion. The main implement of the Dakini. A powerful support for powerful practice. This piece was made by the renowned artist workshop, Natsog Dorje.
Length: 2.25 inches (including bail)
Weight: 10 grams