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7" Ganesha Statue
US$ 130.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
7" Ganesha Statue
5" Milarepa Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
5" Milarepa Statue
4" Ganesha Statue
US$ 138.60
Speciality: Beautifully carved Full Gold Plated Sculpture.
4" Ganesha Statue
8" Sleeping Ganesha Statue
US$ 119.99
Speciality: Oxidized Copper alloy with detail carvings.
8" Sleeping Ganesha Statue
6" Ganesha Statue
US$ 100.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
6" Ganesha Statue
8" Tsongkhapa Statue
US$ 140.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
This 8 Guru Tsongkhapa Sculpture Set is made from Copper Alloy using Lost Wax Method and has beautifully crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations and comes at low price.

Tsongkhapa The Founder of Gelukpa School
Tsongkhapa is the founder of the Gelukpa School and is the central figure in their Refuge Tree. Tsongkhapa is dressed as a monk and wears the yellow pandita hat this lineage has become associated with. After studying with a reported forty five masters, he founded the Gelukpa School in 1409 that emphasized monastic discipline. One of his students, Gedundrup was retrospectively recognized as the first Dalai Lama, an emanation of Avalokitesvara. The fifth Dalai Lama consolidated Tibet politically and spiritually and became its leader. Tsongkhapa is an emanation of Manjushri and he is often depicted with Shakyamuni Buddha in his heart. The Gelukpa Order has the greatest number of adherents of any of the lineages.
5" Standing Buddha Statue
US$ 133.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Oxidized Copper Alloy Sculpture.
5" Standing Buddha Statue
4" Vajrayogini Statue
US$ 133.00
Speciality: Full Gold Plated decorated with Semiprecious stones.
4" Vajrayogini Statue
4" Vajrayogini Statue
US$ 133.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Full Gold Plated Sculpture.
4" Vajrayogini Statue
8" Citipati Statue
US$ 133.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Oxidized Copper Alloy Sculpture.
This 8 Oxidized Copper Alloy Citipati Sculpture is made from Oxidized Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan using Lost Wax method who has been in this business from generations.

The Citipati are two skeletons, one of a man and the other of a woman, represented with arms and legs interlaced, dancing the Tsam dance. They are considered to be masters of the cemetery. The Citipati are one of the seventy-five forms of Mahakala and are visible reminders of the impermanence of everything worldly. Their mouths are parted in a large grin, showing all their teeth. Each wears a long scarf. According to a Northern Buddhist legend, the Citipati were, in a former existence, two ascetics who were once lost in such deep meditation that they did not notice that a thief had cut off their heads and thrown them in the dust. Since that time they have been ferocious enemies of thieves, having vowed eternal vengeance. This legend is somewhat similar to that of Yama. In the cemetery, the Citipati are supposed to perform a skeleton ritual dance during which they blow the Tibetan long horns. In most monasteries the dance, symbolic of the cycle of life and death, is performed in the monastery cemetery once in summer and once in winter by monks wearing masks.
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