Master Rinpoche also Lotus-Born Statue, Buddhism Deity Art.
Master Rinpoche is an important figure in Vajrayana and Tibetan Buddhism. The lotus-born deity art is excellently made in this gold statue, seated on a moon disc on a lotus in a royal posture with anger on his face. He wears a tantric hat with an eagle wing on top of his black hair flowing through his shoulder and a richly patterned robe. In his right hand, he holds a Vajra, while in his left, he holds a skull cup filled with immortality nectar. In the curve of his left hand, he holds the Khatvang trident, which has three skull heads, a vajra, a bell, and a trishool on top.
Size: 10.63"/27cm (Height) x 7.48"/19cm (Base)
Weight: 2.402 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
For most Himalayan Buddhists, Guru Rinpoche is the second Buddha, the Buddha of all enlightenment forms and teachings, with a focus on the tantras. Tantra teaches us first to see our teachers as Guru Rinpoche, just as the Great Way leads us to see and name our enlightened nature as Buddha-nature. Then we see everything through the eyes of Guru Rinpoche, right down to our atoms, all beings equally, and every scrap of every blade of grass, every grain of sand. Finally, when we recognize our natural, timeless awareness, we realize Guru Rinpoche.