Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Practice Gold Gilded Statue
We have meticulously hand-carved the Guru Rinpoche Practice statue using a traditional Himalayan sculpting method. The figurine is molded using an oxidized copper body. The deity is depicted seated on a lotus moon disc with a piercing gaze while holding a Vajra in his right hand and a vase in his left. The immaculate application of acrylic colors brings out even more of the statue's finer intricacies. We have gilded the face of a deity, a lotus hat, a necklace, earrings, and part of a trident using genuine 24K gold. The robe is partly silver plated, while the other part has acrylic paintings.
This will be a perfect gift for a practitioner like you from Nepal.
Size: 9.4"/24cm (Height) x 5.9"/15cm (Base)
Weight: 1.50 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body, 24K Gold Gilded, Acrylic Paintings & Silver Plated
Guru Rinpoche was incarnated as an eight-year-old kid (with substantial bodily characteristics of an enlightened person) in the heart of a lotus bloom, floating in Lake Dhanakosha, in the country of Dakinis, in the kingdom of Uddiyana. Padmasambhava means 'Lotus-born' and alludes to Guru Rinpoche's miraculous birth. Some experts think the empire was located in modern-day Pakistan's Swat Valley, while others say it was in India's Odisha.