16th Karmapa Sculpture | Traditional Hand Carved Statue



Traditionally Sculpted 16th Karmapa Sculpture

We have sculpted the sculpture of the 16th Karmapa in a traditional Himalayan Art of Nepal. We are the Kathmandu Valley artist whose artisan has remarkable significance in making ancient Vajrayana statues. It took more than a month to complete sculpting this Buddhist figurine since we have finely hand-carved with a pure copper body, gilded it with 24k gold, and painted it with acrylic colors. We have portrayed a Buddhist Master sitting on top of a moon disc lotus seat with a tranquil expression, holding a lotus in both his hand. You can benefit from this statue in various aspects, like in your regular meditational activities and even on different Buddhist occasions. This art of Nepal will be a great Vajrayana gift to a practitioner like you.

Size: 11"/28cm (Height) x 7"/18cm (Base)
Weight: 2.748 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Karmapa is the embodiment of all buddha actions or the one who engages in buddha activity. Great enlightened Buddhist masters are supposed to be able to consciously control their reincarnation in the Tibetan tradition in order to continue their work for the benefit of all sentient beings. The appearance of a Buddhist master, who would be known as the Karmapa, had been foretold by the historical Buddha Shakyamuni and the renowned tantric master of India, Guru Padmasambhava, prior to the birth of the first Karmapa.