Virupa Statue | Traditional Buddhist Master Art



Traditionally Hand Painted Statue of Buddhist Master Virupa

We have traditionally sculpted the statue of Virupa with genuine 24k gold and hand-carved it with a pure copper body. We are the Kathmandu Valley artist whose artisan has passed down from generation to generation. This indoor sculpture of a Buddhist Master can benefit you for meditation practice and other Buddhist occasions. You can also use the art of Himalayan for home decoration and gifting purposes. We have exquisitely crafted the statue and adorned it with precious corals, turquoise, and stones for embellishments. The materials such as 24k gold, copper, and gemstones used in this statue are of high quality.

Size: 9.4"/24cm (Height) x 7.8"/20cm (Base)
Weight: 2.744 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

In the 7th-8th centuries CE, Mahasiddha Virupa, the Lord of All Yogis, was born into a royal family in east India. Later, he gave up his royal life to become a monk. At the temple of Somapuri in India, he received ordination from the abbot Vinayadeva and the teacher Jayakirti. He constructed a modest stone temple filled with depictions of the Triple Gem, which purified his parents' obscurations. Virupa kept the Chakrasamvara practice at night while teaching the Sutrayana, disputing, and writing Dharma books during the day. He did this for a long time without seeing any results or achieving any goals. On the contrary, he ran into a slew of misfortunes and got disillusioned with his profession.