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8.5” Silver Bhumpa
US$ 371.43
Speciality: Made from pure silver it has beautiful auspicious symbols and other designs and the spout of this 8.5” Silver Bhumpa is carved with beautiful dragon mouth.
Height of the Bhumpa: 8.5”

Weight: 338 grams approx.

8.5” Silver Bhumpa made from pure silver this Buddhist Ritual Item it has beautiful auspicious symbols and other designs and this 8.5” Silver Bhumpa a wonderful Buddhist Ritual Item would be a great addition to your altar or simply display it for its beauty at a very reasonable price.

9" Guru Padma Sambhava Statue
US$ 359.80
Speciality: Full Gold Plated
This Guru Padma Sambhava is made from copper. It is 9 inches in height. This statue was handmade entirely handmade by our master artisan.

Guru Padma Sambhava
Guru Padma sambhava is popularly known as Guru Rinpoche, the precious teacher. Guru Padma sambhava was a powerful Tantric Buddhist Master who was invited to Tibet in the eighth century to diffuse the Buddhism in Tibet. Guru Padma sambhava subdued many harmful influences and forces that hindered the spread of compassionate teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni. Through his miraculous powers and enlightened experiences, he taught many disciples who came out to be perfect masters of Tantric Buddhism. He is said to have twenty-five great disciples who were instrumental in preserving the sacred teachings of Lord Buddha till today through their various manifestations.
Guru Rinpoche is said to have eight manifestations called Guru Tsangye in peaceful and wrathful postures. Through them he caused Vajrayana dharma to spread widely in Nepal, India, Bhutan and Tibet. Guru Rinpoche is revered as founder of Nyingma or ancient tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetans believe Guru Rinpoche is no different from Shakyamuni Buddha himself.
Guru Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche’s body is depicted as golden in color. His hat is usually red. So Nyingmapa is generally called red hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Guru Padma sambhava wears different robes of differing colors symbolizing his enlightened experiences and attainments. Guru Padma sambhava inner garment is white symbolizing clear light aspect of his mind and the outer garment is of a red color which means he has deep and great compassion for all sentient beings. His outermost coat is brown symbolizing his renunciation. Guru Padma sambhava is seated upon a lotus of alternating blue with red and green with orange petals.
9" Guru Padma Sambhava Statue
US$ 357.00
Speciality: Full Gold Plated
Beautiful Guru Padma Sambhava Statue made of high quality copper alloy with full gold plated made of the high quality copper with 24 K full gold plated . This Padsam Sambhava Statue in generous posture has intricate designs that make it a priceless item.

Padma Sambhava

Padma Sambhav was a renowned and highly learned tantri saint os Northern India. Padmasambhava was a historical teacher, who is said to have finally converted Tibet to Buddhism. Padma Sambhav was a renowned scholar, meditator, and magician, and his mantra suggests his rich and diverse nature. In the middle of the eight century the Tibetan King Thi-Sron Detsan sent ot India inviting the learned guru to come to Tibet. Padma Sambhav was renowned for his knowledge of tantras and of their efficacious application. He remained 50 years in tibet foounding monasteries and teacing the tantra doctrine. He is said to have subdued all the malignant gods in the tibet sparing only those that became converted to Buddhism and that promised to be defenders (Dharmapala) of the doctrine. Padma Sambhav in his turn, promised to enroll then in the Mahayana Pantheon. He claimed to have received from the dakini the bools from which he acquired his maraculous power. At the end of fifty years Padma sambhav disappeared miraculously.

Padma sambhav is represented seated on a lotus asana with the legs locked, the right hand holding the vajra and the left, lying in his lap, the patra. He holds his special symbol, the khatvana pressed against his breast with the left arm.
10.5" Amitabha Buddha Statue
US$ 359.80
Speciality: Pleasant Face
Beautiful 10.5” Amitabha Buddha statue for online sale. Enraptured with imeasurable light and life, this Amitabha Buddha Statue exhibits the Samadhi mudra with his palms folded face up one on top of the other, lying in his lap. This amitabha buddha statue Casted with copper alloy and 24 K Half gold repousse contemporary.

Amitabha Buddha:
Amitabha Buddha Statue represents boundless light and boundless life. Amitabha Buddha Statue is also called buddha of Immeasurable Light Amitabha buddha is the most ancient Buddhas among the Dhyani Buddhas. Amitabha buddha said to reside in the Sukhabita heaven in peaceful meditation. The Buddha of Infinite Light" who resides in the Pure Land in the Western Heaven. In the Pure Land tradition one calls upon Amitabha as the primary devotional practice. He is of red colour originating from the red syllable HRIH. He represents cosmic element of Sanjna (name). His vehicle is peacock. He exhibits Samahi Mudra with his two palms folded face up one on top of the other lying on his lap. He has a lotus as his sign. When represented on the stupa, he is always faces the west. He is worshipped thinking that one can have salvation. Sometimes holding a Patra on the same posture. His female is Pandra. Amitabha denotes “Boundless light" or Incomprehensible.
13" Seated Medicine Buddha Statue
US$ 396.66
Speciality: Pleasant Face
Our beautiful 13 inch seated Medicine Buddha Statue cast in copper allow with 24 K half gold plated. This Medicine Buddha Statue will make a peaceful and spiritual environment in you home.

Medicine Buddha :
The Medicine Buddha is also known as Bhaisajya Buddha or the Healing Buddha. When worshipped or meditated upon he is said to give out spiritual medicine and healing for oneself and others.

Medicine Buddha wears a monastic robe and is seated legs crossed. His left hand lies open in his lap (in the gesture of "meditative stability") holding a medicine bowl full of long life nectar. His right hand hand lies open and to the front (a gesture called "supreme generosity") holding in it the branch and fruit of the myrobalan, a medicinal plant found in India and other tropical countries. In this tradition there are held to be three types of illness, all caused by the conflicting emotions of passion, aggression and ignorance. Myrobalan is said to be the only herb in this tradition that helps to heal these Imbalances.
8” White Tara Statue
US$ 380.00
Speciality: Full Gold Repousse with Antique Finish seated on lotus which is placed on a table and has beautiful designed Frame behind the sculpture.
This 8” White Tara Sculpture is made from the high quality copper with 24 K Full Gold Repouse, here White Tara is in seated on a lotus base in Lalitasana posture has intricate designs that make this sculpture a priceless item.

White Tara
The Goddess White Tara is the female personification of compassion. Born of a tear from the eye of Avalokiteshwara, literally her name means "saviors". White Tara represents the enlightened and liberating activity of all the Buddhas. White Tara embodies the motherly aspect of universal compassion. Her compassion for living beings and her desire to save them from suffering is said to be even stronger than a mother's love for her children. White Tara, the Mother of all Buddhas, is known for her swiftness in responding to the prayers of those who invoke her name. White Tara meditation practice is said to grant health, long life, fearlessness, patience, and peace.

In this 8” White Tara Sculpture, White Tara is seated gracefully on a lotus base in the Lalitasana posture. Her right hand is open towards us in the gesture of supreme generosity, signifying her ability to fulfill our spiritual and material needs. Her left hand is in the gesture of bestowing blessing, refuge, and protection. White Tara is clad in brocade, naked from the waist up, saves for the profusion of jewelry and crowned by a tiara. Her rounded face is surmounted by a mass of tubular hair. White Tara holds a lotus in her left hand and displays the gesture of charity with the right. The third eye on her forehead and four additional eyes, two each on her palms and soles, symbolize her omniscience.
8” Avalokiteshvara Statue
US$ 399.99
Speciality: Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Full Gold Repousse.
1000 Armed Avalokiteshvara Sculpture made from 24 Karat full Gold Repousse Copper Alloy. This magnificent 1000 Armed Avalokiteshvara Full Gold Repousse Copper Alloy Sculpture stands on Lotus on beautiful stand.

1000 Armed Avalokiteshvara
Avalokiteshvara (Guan Yin in Chinese; Chenrezig in Tibetan; Kannon in Japanese) is the Bodhisattva of Compassion. Among the Bodhisattvas, it is Avalokiteshvara who has the largest number of forms and is perhaps the most venerated and most popular Buddhist deity. His sex, originally masculine, is sometimes considered feminine in China and Japan, although this discrimination is unsupported by any canonical text and was often considered in China and Japan as the 'mother of the human race' and, in this respect, worshipped in the form of a woman.

Among the 108 forms of Lokiteshvara, Avalokiteshvara is one who refuses to accept Nirvana since he considers such acceptance selfish in view of the ignorance of the great majority of the people who have not yet attained that stage. His sacrifice symbolizes infinite compassion (Karuna), sharing of mankind’s misery, willingness to help those in distress. Avalokiteshvara holds in his hand the indestructible jewel. He is savior and protector from danger. So, his invocation (Mantra) “OM MANI PADME HUM” is found inscribed on rocks, loose stones, prayer wheels, etc.

Avalokiteshvara is known from very early in the development of the Mahayana doctrines and, until Buddhism disappeared from India, enjoyed great favour there. His cult passed from India to South-East Asia and Java, where it met with great success, and also in Nepal, Tibet (where he arrived with Buddhism and where King Srong - Tsong Gampo, 519-650, was considered to be his incarnation), and in China, from where he went on to Korea and Japan. All these countries imagined him in different forms according to their own temperaments and spirituality.
In this form, Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva has eleven heads. There are three rows of three heads which are in the color of white (sambhogakaya), green (nirmanakaya), and red (dharmakaya). This represents the three principle aspects of buddhahood. Above these three rows is a blue wrathful face of Vajrapani and the red face of Amitabha.

In this form, Avalokiteshvara has eight main hands. The two central hands are held in a cupped gesture symbolizing an attitude of homage (In some depiction, these two hands holds a wish fulfilling jewel). Another main hand is held in an open – palm gesture symbolizing generosity. The other main hands hold five objects: a bow and arrow, lotus, vase, rosary, and eight – spooked wheel. The bow and arrow represents bodhisattva's ability to aim at the heart of all beings. The vase contains the nectar of immortality. The lotus blossom represents enlightenment. The eight – spooked wheel represents the Buddha's teaching. The aura around the painting represents his one thousand hands and symbolizing his inexhaustible compassion. In each of his hand, there is an eye (wisdom) in the center of the palm (skills) which symbolizes the union of wisdoms and skills.
9" Chenrezig Full Gold Gilded Statue
US$ 355.00
Speciality: Full Gold Gilded.
This 9” statue of Chenrezig, Buddha of compassion is wonderful handcrafted and face painted with gold power. This is fully gilded in 24 k pure gold gold.
Chenrezig Buddha of Compassion, (Avalokiteshvara in Sanskrit), the deity that represents the loving and compassionate potential of the mind, is the most popular deity of Tibet. In this volume a great living teacher, Bokar Rinpoche, gives detailed instructions for this practice. He specifically addresses the concerns of Western practitioners in offering these unique teachings.

Chenrezig is within us because love and compassion are not qualities added to the mind. These qualities are part of the awakened state even if for the moment this state exists only as a potential for us.
12” Guru Padmasambhava Statue
US$ 399.99
Speciality: Copper Alloy carved with Half Gold Repousse Sculpture.
12” Guru Padmasambhava Sculpture made from Copper Alloy with Half Gold Repousse. This 12” Copper Alloy Guru Padmasambhava Sculpture with Half Gold Repousse comes at Best Price.

Guru Padmasambhava
Guru Padmasambhava also Guru Rinpoche, the Precious Master — is revered throughout the Himalayan ranges as a Second Buddha. Invited from India in the eighth century to subjugate the forces inhibiting the spread of Shakyamuni's teachings, Guru Rinpoche managed to transform hitherto hostile powers into guardians and protectors of the pure dharma and, in the process, left an indelible mark on the entire Himalayan region. In quite a literal sense, Guru Rinpoche's mark is to be found throughout the Himalayan ranges in and around the many caves Guru Rinpoche used for meditation. At these sites one can still see handprints and footprints of the Precious Master impressed into solid rock, mute testimony to the extraordinary power this fully accomplished yogi and tantric magician exercised over the external and internal elements. Now, in the pure depth of the heavens, Vajrasattva, allowing the Metamorphic Body to be seen, seared upon an elephant, holding a golden vajra to his heart with his right hand, and with his left hand holding a silver bell at his side, crowned with the ornaments of the Five Transcendent Buddhas, his body covered with all the perfect ornaments, decorated with bones at the shoulders, at the wrists, and at the ankles, brilliant with the white glitter of crystal. Perfectly learned in the Mahayoga, Vajrasattva reveals as a dwelling the celestial palace of the three Baskets, reveals as gods and goddesses the whole internal essence, reveals as Mantra the entire murmur of the words, reveals as enchantments everything which is of body, speech, and mind. And Guru Rinpoche sets forth the Tantras of the Mahayoga, which are, according to the whole classification, five hundred thousand, and the whole of which forms the eighteen root Tantras.

In this 12” Guru Padmasambhava Sculpture, Guru Padmasambhava embodies the ultimate attainment of the Vajrayana and the power, both temporal and spiritual, associated with this peerless attainment. These powerful attributes show Guru Rinpoche wearing an expression of great force and concentration while holding various implements of power such as the Vajra scepter, skull – cup and trident staff called Kathvanga. His right hand brandishes a Vajra, while the left hand, resting on his lap, supports the Vase of immortality. Guru Rinpoche is dressed not only in the robes of a monk but also in the garments of a king to indicate that Guru Rinpoche is a member of both worldly and religious royalty.
5.6” Silver Butter Lamp
US$ 357.14
Speciality: Silver made with beautiful carvings.
Height of the Butter Lamp: 5.6”

Diameter of the Butter Lamp: 4”

Weight: 305 grams approx.

This 5.6” Silver Butter Lamp a wonder full Buddhist Ritual Item is made from Pure Silver. Made of Pure Silver this 5.6” Silver Butter Lamp a wonder full Buddhist Ritual Item is all hand carved with beautiful designs.

Butter Lamps

In the Buddhist Tradition, Butter Lamps symbolize the clarity of wisdom. Offering Butter Lamps is the most powerful offering because their light symbolizes wisdom. Just as a lamp dispels darkness, offering light from a Butter Lamp represents removing the darkness of ignorance in order to attain Buddha's luminous clear wisdom. The lamp offering is a sense offering to Buddha's eyes. Because Buddha's eyes are the eyes of the wisdom, they do not have the extremes of clarity or non – clarity. Our ordinary eyes however, are obscured by the darkness of the two defilements – gross afflictive emotional defilements and subtle habitual defilements. While the Buddha does not have desire for offerings, someone makes offerings for the purpose of their own accumulation of merit and wisdom. Through the power of this accumulation, one can remove the cataracts of our ignorance eyes in order to gain Buddha's supreme luminous wisdom eyes. When someone offers light, the results are the realization of Clear Light wisdom phenomena in this life; the clarification of dualistic mind and the dispersal of confusion and realization of Clear Light in the bardo; and the increase of wisdom in each lifetime until one has reached enlightenment. The lamp should be thoroughly cleaned and the wick made very carefully so that it is not too short or too long, too thick or too thin. The bottom part of the wick should be thicker than the top portion. The oil should be poured into the lamp very slowly, so that none overflows; the amount of oil should be the same in each lamp and not too meager.

Why Butter Lamps are Offered?

What is the meaning of Butter Lamp offering and why to offer Butter Lamps? In the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition, we accumulate merit in order to create positive short – term circumstances such as health, wealth, longevity and more deeply, to reveal our wisdom to nature. Of all the methods for accumulating merit through generosity, offering Butter Lamps is one of the best, second only to the practice of feast offering. Offering Butter Lamps creates harmony, and generates merit while promoting success, prosperity, longevity, and world peace, as well as helping to avert obstacles, pacify the upheaval of the five elements, and heal disease. When offered on behalf of the deceased, prayers are usually recited for their liberation in the Bardo and rebirth in a Pure land. People do not offer the lamps because enlightened beings need to see them. Rather, the offering of light is a means of dispelling the darkness of our own ignorance, giving rise to clarity and wisdom. People offer with the wish that their light will illuminate the lower realms and the bardo, assuaging the torment of beings who suffer in darkness. People also aspire that all beings will develop greater mental clarity in order to discover the causes of long - lasting happiness in virtuous actions of body, speech, and mind.

Traditionally, Butter Lamps are also offered as a dedication to the dead in order to guide them through the bardo by wisdom light. We can pray as well that this guide all beings of the six realms, removing their obscurations so that they may awaken to their true wisdom nature. With genuine faith and devotion, visualize that with your offerings, countless offering goddesses offer immeasurable light to all enlightened beings. Finally, we offer them so that the inner light of great knowing will arise in all beings' minds and remove the darkness of ignorance and intellectual obscurations.
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