24k Gold Gilded Buddhist Master Statue of Mahasiddha Naropa
We have traditionally sculpted the statue of Mahasiddha Naropa in a copper body gilded with genuine 24k gold and painted with acrylic colors. Our craftsmanship in sculpting ancient Vajrayana statues has passed through generations. We have depicted the Buddhist master seated on top of a cushion with a relaxed posture, holding a skull cup with his hands. You can use this Tibetan sculpture for different purposes like in your regular meditational activity, in various Buddhist auspicious ceremonies, and indoor house décor. It took more than a month for us to sculpt this mesmerizing figurine as we designed and deft the robe, ornaments, and other essentials in traditional ancient style. This statue will be a tremendous gift from Nepal to a practitioner like you.
Size: 7.8"/20cm (Height) x 5.5"/14cm (Base)
Weight: 2.21 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Naropa or Abhayakirti was a Mahasiddha who practiced Buddhism in India. According to some traditions, he was Niguma's partner or brother and Tilopa's disciple. Naropa, who lived simultaneously as Atisa, was a Bengali Shunri by birth. According to another source, he was born into a Kashmiri brahmin household. Selling timber was his line of work. Demonstrated independence from a young age and hoped to pursue a career in research and meditation. He consented to an arranged marriage with a young Brahmin lady out of deference to his parent's wishes. After eight years, they decided to call their wedding off and pursue ordination. Naropa enrolled in the renowned Buddhist University in Nalanda when he was 28 and began studying Tantra and Sutra. He had a reputation as a brilliant student and flawless debater, which was crucial at the time because the debate custom dictated that the loser became the winner's student by default. He finally earned the title "Guardian of the Northern Gate" after participating in numerous arguments, teaching, and winning over multiple pupils.