Himalayan Buddhist Statue of Guru Padma Sambhava
Padma Sambhava sculpture was created using traditional Himalayan techniques, months of handwork, and determination. The statue is carved from pure copper and glided triple layer in our studio with genuine 24k gold. We have beautifully carved the stones to fit perfectly with the statue's design. The pattern we have designed is also intense to give it a feel of embossed and a very 3D view. Especially over his robes, And this type of carving through chisel and hammer takes care and a huge amount of time. We used acrylic paints to add fine detail to the deity. And make his semi-wrathful appearance even more intriguing.
Guru Rinpoche is credited with introducing Buddhism to Tibet and teaching Vajrayana in Tibet. He is seated on a moon disc lotus with a piercing gaze and a semi-wrathful expression. Padmasambhava carries a skull cup, Dorje, and a long tantric staff on his shoulder. This figurine can be used in various Buddhist rituals and meditational practices.
Size: 20.4"/52cm (Height) x 13.7"/35cm (Base)
Weight: 11.39 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
For most Himalayan Buddhists, Guru Rinpoche is the second Buddha, the Buddha of all forms and teachings of enlightenment, focusing on the tantras. Tantra teaches us to initially see our instructors as Guru Rinpoche, just as the Great Way leads us to see our enlightened nature and name it buddha-nature. Then we view everything as Guru Rinpoche, down to the atoms of our bodies, all beings equally, and every scrap of every blade of grass, every grain of sand. Finally, it is Guru Rinpoche who we realize when we recognize our natural, timeless awareness.