Guru Rinpoche Himalayan Art from Nepal
The statue of Guru Rinpoche, also known as Guru Padmasambhava, was expertly hand-carved in Nepal using traditional Himalayan craftsmanship. The sculpture was expertly handcrafted with a copper body and was first hand-painted with acrylic paints. You can apply this technique in a variety of contexts, such as your usual yoga or meditation practices or on auspicious traditional Buddhist holidays. We've pictured a god sitting serenely on a moon disc lotus seat, holding a vase in his left hand and a vajra in his right.
Size: 22.8"/58cm (Height) x 13.7"/35cm (Base)
Weight: 12.69 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
The teachings of Guru Rinpoche are said to have an oral lineage in Tibetan Buddhism. According to Tibetan Buddhism, are discovered when the conditions are ideal for their reception by fortunate beings and tertöns (treasure finders). Guru Padmasambhava is also regarded as a Buddha who was predicted by Buddha Shakyamuni.