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8" Amitabha Buddha Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Oxidized Copper alloy.
8" Amitabha Buddha Statue
 
8" Vajrapani Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
8” Partially Gold Gilded Vajrapani Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by our experienced artisan in Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Vajrapani – Wielder of the Thunderbolt
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Vajrapani is the embodiment of power of Lord Buddha’s compassion. Vajrapani is always depicted in wrathful aspect. Vajrapani’s body is blue in color and his hair having yellow ochre. Vajrapani wears a tiger skin around his waist and is usually depicted in two arms aspect but can be seen in four arms aspect too. Vajrapani is a major Bodhisattva easily recognized as holding vajra with his right hand and left hand displaying threatening vitarka mudra. His body seems to be massive and in a pose of warrior. Under his feet he controls two live snakes. Vajrapani wears all sorts of bodhisattva ornaments and also a garland of snakes. He has a wide and wild roaring mouth rimmed with lacquered red lips. His eyebrows are like the flame and moustache and beard being curled.

Vajrapani is often depicted with Avalokiteshvara and Manjushri representing Buddha’s power of compassion (Vajrapani), the great compassion (Avalokiteshvara) and the great wisdom (Manjushri). Vajrapani’s wrathfulness, snake ornament and his pose as warrior all serve to convey the force and vitality of the enlightened energy as it combats ignorance, greed, fear and other delusions. Vajrapani is said to be the companion Bodhisattva of Buddha Shakyamuni. While Buddha was residing at Gridhkuta hill, the site where Lord Buddha delivered Prajnaparamita doctrines, his jealous cousin Devadutt attempted to assassinate him. He sent a huge boulder rolling down the hill, but just as it was about to hit Buddha, Vajrapani appeared and split the boulder into pieces so that it could fall harmlessly near Buddha. Another story is that a Brahman called Ambattha was abusing Buddha with many vile and impure words. He saw Vajrapani appeared on the sky with his wrathful aspect. Terrified with Vajrapani, Brahman Ambattha confessed his evil deeds in front of Buddha Shakyamuni.

This beautiful 8” Vajrapani is depicted in wrathful aspect. Vajrapani’s body is blue in color and his hair having yellow ochre. Vajrapani wears a tiger skin around his waist and is usually depicted in two arms aspect but can be seen in four arms aspect too. Vajrapani is a major Bodhisattva easily recognized as holding vajra with his right hand and left hand displaying threatening vitarka mudra. His body seems to be massive and in a pose of warrior. Under his feet he controls two live snakes. Vajrapani wears all sorts of bodhisattva ornaments and also a garland of snakes. He has a wide and wild roaring mouth rimmed with lacquered red lips. His eyebrows are like the flame and moustache and beard being curled.
 
6" Tsongkhapa Set Statue
US$ 280.00
Speciality: Half Gold Plated and beautifully carved.
This 6” 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
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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.
 
8" Laxmi Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
8" Laxmi Statue
 
5" Lokeshvara Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Full Gold Plated Lokeshvara Sculpture.
This 5” Lokeshvara Fully Gold Gilded Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by the experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business for generations.
 
9" Vajrasattva Statue
US$ 259.99
Speciality: Oxidized Copper alloy with beautifully carved and decorated with semiprecious stones.
9" Vajrasattva Statue

Vajrasattva – The Sixth Dhyani Buddha
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Vajrasattva, the sixth Dhyani Buddha, is regarded as the priest of the Five Dhyani Buddhas. Vajrasattva is the Buddha of Purification. Vajrasattva is not represented in the stupa like other Dhyani Buddhas, but independent shrines are dedicated to his worship. Vajrasattva wears all ornaments, rich dress and a crown. Vajrasattva is white in color. Vajrasattva sits cross legged in the meditative pose like other Dhyani Buddhas. Vajrasattva always carries the vajra in his right hand with palm upwards against the chest and ghanta (bell) in the left hand resting upon the left thigh. As the "work" or Karma protector, Vajrasattva also manifests the energies of all Buddhas. Any practice of Vajrasattva is related to the practices of confession and purification as present in all Buddhist traditions.

This beautiful 9” is shown in white, signifying his immaculate purity in Dhyana asana. Vajrasattva right hand holds the vajra at the level of his heart while his left hand clasps the bell. The bell is said to symbolize wisdom and the vajra signifies the means of utilizing this wisdom. Together the vajra and the bell symbolize the fusion of all polarities, including masculine and feminine qualities, in one Enlightened experience.
 
8" Chenrezig Statue
US$ 266.00
Speciality: This beautifully carved 8” Chenrezig Statue is Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisan of Patan, Nepal.
This beautifully carved 8” Chenrezig Sculpture made from 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded Copper Alloy which is crafted by the artisan from Patan, Nepal who have been in this business from generations.

Chenrezig – The Buddha of Compassion
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Chenrezig is an enlightened being who is a manifestation of all Buddhas' compassion. Chenrezig is known the 'Buddha of Compassion'. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment. This mudra is indicating 'I attained jewel-like great enlightenment through receiving blessings from my Spiritual Guide Amitabha'.
His second left hand holds a white lotus flower. A lotus grows in the mud at the bottom of a lake, but its flowers bloom on the surface of the water, completely free from the stains of mud. By holding a lotus flower Chenrezig is showing that because he attained enlightenment he is free from all obstacles, and has a completely pure body, speech and mind. His second right hand holds a crystal mala, symbolizing that he can free all living beings from samsara and lead them to liberation. If we rely sincerely upon Chenrezig and recite his mantra with strong faith, temporarily we shall improve our realizations of the stages of the path, especially our realization of great compassion, and ultimately we shall attain supreme Buddhahood in Avalokiteshvara's Pure Land, the Pure Land of Bliss.

In this form, Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig is shown in his popular posture. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment.
 
8" Red Jambhala Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Oxidized Copper Alloy Red Jambhala Sculpture crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
Oxidized Copper Alloy 8” Red Jambhala Sculpture which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Red Jambhala – The God of Wealth
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Red Dzambhala (Tibetan: Dzambhala Marpo) is the manifestation of Vajrasattva. Red Jambhala is The God of Wealth, embracing the consort Vasudhara. This is the Red Jambhala, red in color, he is adorned with a crown, jewel and gold ornaments and silk garments, embraced the consort Vasudhara, seated imperially in the center of the multi-colored lotus throne, stepped on a white conch shell. He has two faces and four arms and holds a treasury mouse on his left hand. With left hand in the stoat a jewel keeping in mouth and right hand the wish-fulfilling jewels on the right knee, with the jewel earring and jewel necklace, he is exposing his chest and abdomen, the aura and lucky cloud surrounded on the sides. His consort Vasudhara also holds the wish-fulfilling jewels in the right hand and holds a skull cup.

The beneficence of the Red Jambhala is that his doctrine is suitable for those in high social positions. If they practice his doctrine, they can recruit more talented people and possess more money, valuables and food. If one chants his mantra sincerely, he will protect one and also gain wealth and one can lead a very good life and become popular. He has two mantras, the male one and the female one.
 
8" Medicine Buddha Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Full Gold Plated Sculpture.
8" Medicine Buddha Statue
 
8" Vajrapani Statue
US$ 273.00
Speciality: Beautifully carved Half Gold Plated Sculpture.
8” Vajrapani Statue or Sculpture made from Copper Alloy with Paritally Gold Gilded which is hand crafted by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal.

Vajrapani – Wielder of the Thunderbolt
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Vajrapani is the embodiment of power of Lord Buddha’s compassion. Vajrapani is always depicted in wrathful aspect. Vajrapani’s body is blue in color and his hair having yellow ochre. Vajrapani wears a tiger skin around his waist and is usually depicted in two arms aspect but can be seen in four arms aspect too. Vajrapani is a major Bodhisattva easily recognized as holding vajra with his right hand and left hand displaying threatening vitarka mudra. His body seems to be massive and in a pose of warrior. Under his feet he controls two live snakes. Vajrapani wears all sorts of bodhisattva ornaments and also a garland of snakes. He has a wide and wild roaring mouth rimmed with lacquered red lips. His eyebrows are like the flame and moustache and beard being curled.

Vajrapani is often depicted with Avalokiteshvara and Manjushri representing Buddha’s power of compassion (Vajrapani), the great compassion (Avalokiteshvara) and the great wisdom (Manjushri). Vajrapani’s wrathfulness, snake ornament and his pose as warrior all serve to convey the force and vitality of the enlightened energy as it combats ignorance, greed, fear and other delusions. Vajrapani is said to be the companion Bodhisattva of Buddha Shakyamuni. While Buddha was residing at Gridhkuta hill, the site where Lord Buddha delivered Prajnaparamita doctrines, his jealous cousin Devadutt attempted to assassinate him. He sent a huge boulder rolling down the hill, but just as it was about to hit Buddha, Vajrapani appeared and split the boulder into pieces so that it could fall harmlessly near Buddha. Another story is that a Brahman called Ambattha was abusing Buddha with many vile and impure words. He saw Vajrapani appeared on the sky with his wrathful aspect. Terrified with Vajrapani, Brahman Ambattha confessed his evil deeds in front of Buddha Shakyamuni.

This beautiful 9” Vajrapani is depicted in wrathful aspect. Vajrapani’s body is blue in color and his hair having yellow ochre. Vajrapani wears a tiger skin around his waist and is usually depicted in two arms aspect but can be seen in four arms aspect too. Vajrapani is a major Bodhisattva easily recognized as holding vajra with his right hand and left hand displaying threatening vitarka mudra. His body seems to be massive and in a pose of warrior. Under his feet he controls two live snakes. Vajrapani wears all sorts of bodhisattva ornaments and also a garland of snakes. He has a wide and wild roaring mouth rimmed with lacquered red lips. His eyebrows are like the flame and moustache and beard being curled.
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