Our Bajrasattva statue represents the deity of limitless form. This is because Bajrasattva is the Sambhogakaya embodiment of the Buddha. As a result, he is in fact a subtle body of limitless form. Therefore, the deity will take the most appropriate form in order to ease the suffering of sentient life. This Bajrasattva statue is depicted with the Vajra in his right hand and the Ghanta bell in his left hand. These are very significant Buddhist symbols. The Ghanta is the feminine symbol for wisdom. Additionally, the Bajra is the symbol for the masculine attribute of compassion. However, it is the combination of these two symbols that is the most potent.