Buddha Padmasambhava also Tso Pema Statue, Tibetan Sculpture.
Padmasambhava also Tso Pema is shown beautifully in this tibetan statue. A Nepali artisan in Kathmandu created this Buddha sculpture from copper and plated it with 24K gold. He holds a vajra specter in his right hand, and in his left, a skullcup with a vase of immortality. In the curve of his left hand, he has the Khatvanga trident, his celestial marriage of bliss and nothingness. He is seated like a king on a lotus seat made magnificently with an exclusive design like natural lotus petals embedded with corals and turquoise. The highly patterned robe is majestic with perfectly crafted detail with corals. His one-of-a-kind hat complements his blue hair flowing to his shoulder. His precious ornaments are according to Buddhist tradition.
Size: 9.05"/23cm (Height) x 5.9"/15cm (Base)
Weight: 1.360 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Twelve years after the Buddha's Parinirvana, the Buddha of Infinite Light's blessing light mysteriously touched a lotus, giving birth to Guru Rinpoche as the Crown Prince. But he left the royal palace to use spiritual teachings and authority to help a more comprehensive number of creatures. Guru Padmasambhava, a fully awakened Buddha, schooled himself in numerous sacred sites and passed on his teachings to many visible and invisible entities. His mighty powers soothed many harmful elements opposing his enlightening operations.