Gold Gilded Buddhist Master Statues Set | Milarepa, Marpha & Gampopa Statue



Milarepa, Marpha & Gampopa Buddhist Master Statues Set

Intricately handcrafted in our workshop, this Buddhist Master Statues Set is full of unique Himalayan artistry.  The statues are each band carved out of oxidized copper and gilded in gold, providing its final luster. The set comprises of three most important figures in the history and development of Tibetan Buddhism: Milarepa on the left, Marpha on the middle, and Gampopa on the right. The statues are all acrylic painted to highlight the facial expressions and other elements, adding to the magnificence of the figure. 

We assure you this brilliant piece's quality and longevity as only the best materials were used. It is a perfect souvenir for any devotee like yourself, can be used for Buddhist rituals, and is a great addition to your Altar.   

Size: 7"/18cm (Height) x 6.2"/16cm (Base)
Weight: 4 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Oxidized Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

As you would see, Marpa Lotsawa (1012–1097), also known as Lhodak Marpa Choski Lodos or simply Marpa "the Translator," was a Tibetan Buddhist teacher who brought many Vajrayana teachings from India to Tibet, including the Mahamudra teachings and lineages. The master's clothing with traditional Tibetan adornment.

Jetsun Milarepa was a prominent Tibetan yogi, poet, and teacher who flourished in the 11th and 12th centuries. The master's clothing with basic ornamental embellishment alludes to his cave life. The throne is covered with deer hide and carved with Ashtamangala (eight auspicious symbols).

Gampopa received teachings from masters from many lineages, including Nyingma and Kadampa. He became the foremost disciple of the renowned yogi Milarepa at the age of 30, receiving instruction in Vajravarahi, the tummo, and Mahamudra from him. The master's clothing with traditional Tibetan adornment. Ashtamangala is used to carve the throne (Eight auspicious symbols).