Himalayan Art of Guru Padmasambhava
The rare Guru Padmasambhava statue was traditionally crafted by hand and gilded with pure 24-karat gold in Himalayan art. Since crown, robe, and other essentials are turquoise and adorned with rare and antique pearls and stones, and they are highly appealing. Kathmandu Valley artisans have meticulously sculpted, gilded, and carved this sculpture with rare jewels and embellishments. The deity sits on a lotus seat with a semi-wrathful expression. The art of making Nepali statues has been passed down through the generations as a reflection of Buddhism.
Size: 20"/51cm (Height) x 14.9"/38cm (Base)
Weight: 18 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Guru Rinpoche's teachings are claimed to have an oral lineage in Tibetan Buddhism. According to Tibetan Buddhism, are discovered by fortunate beings and tertöns (treasure finders) when the conditions are perfect for their reception. Guru Padmasambhava is also regarded as a Buddha foretold by Buddha Shakyamuni.