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Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure

Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure
Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure
Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure
Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure

Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure

This Beautiful Handmade Hand craved Lord Shakyamuni Buddha Copper Gold Plated Statue made by Artists of Nepal. Guru Rinpoche - Precious Master. Buddhism was first introduced to Tibet in the eighth century when King Trisong Detsen invited the Indian master Santaraksita to teach the sacred Dharma to the Tibetan people. When Santaraksita arrived and he and the king began to build the first monastery, resentful mountain spirits interfered and created many obstacles.

Realizing that the help of a realized master with control over physical reality was needed, the king invited Guru Rinpoche to come and tame the angry spirits of Tibet. Guru Rinpoche, regarded as an emanation of Buddha Amitabha, was born miraculously from a lotus blossom in the land of Oddiyana located in present-day Pakistan. He was known far and wide for his miracle powers, including his ability to subdue spirits.

At the request of the king, Guru Rinpoche journeyed to Tibet and engaged the local nature spirits in magical combat. Conquering these spirits, he bound them by oath to protect the Dharma for all time. Evidence of his victories in these battles can still be seen throughout the valleys and villages of Tibet, where he is affectionately known as "Guru Rinpoche, " meaning Precious Master. The King, Santaraksita and Guru Rinpoche then worked together to establish Buddhism in the country. The King founded temples and Santaraksita ordained monks, while Guru Rinpoche worked at a more mysterious level.

Guru Rinpoche established the secret and powerful practices of Tantric Buddhism, and gave profound and extraordinary teachings to his closest disciples, including the king. In addition, foreseeing that a future king would one day try to destroy Tibetan Buddhism, Guru Rinpoche concealed religious treasures throughout the Himalayan region. These treasures would be revealed centuries later by seers destined to receive them. Guru Rinpoche did not die, but flew away with his consort on the rays of the sun. It is belived by many, especially those within the Nyingma school (which traces its lineage directly to Guru Rinpoche), that he is still living, and remains full of compassion for sentient beings.

Dwelling at the level of spontaneous presence, the great Guru has the power to bestow blessings instantly and grant wishes immediately. He remains to this day the deeply beloved focus of practice for many Tibetan Buddhists. Total Weight : 220 gm approx. Picture slightly color different because of Light. For this, we have "Quality Products" with "Cheaper Price".

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Tibetan Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava Handmade Copper Gold Plated Statue Figure