Statue Karmapa


Statue Karmapa
Material: copper partially gold-plated

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Statue Karmapa
Material: copper partially gold-plated
Size: Height:approx. 20 cm
Width: approx.15 cm
Weight: 1,880 grams

Welcome to the Asian art world, where beauty meets spirituality! If you are looking for a unique Asian art figure that will bring peace and harmony to your home or office then the Karmapa Buddha Statue is for you.
The Karmapa Buddha is one of the most famous and impressive statues in the Asian art world. It represents the Karmapa, an important spiritual teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, known for his teachings and wisdom. This statue is a symbol of calm and peace, and its appearance fills the room with a unique energy. The statue has been carefully selected by skilled craftsmen and handcrafted down to the smallest detail. It is made of high-quality copper partly gold-plated, and its surface is treated with special techniques to ensure its beauty and durability. The Karmapa Buddha statue is not only a wonderful decoration but also a valuable piece of Asian art that carries a deeper meaning and history. It will remind you of the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and help create an atmosphere of peace and serenity in your home or office. Get your very own Karmapa Buddha statue now and be inspired by its beauty and spirituality!

The Karmapa is an important figure in Tibetan Buddhism and is considered a manifestation of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. Also known as the “wish-giving force” of the Buddha, the Karmapa is considered one of the most important spiritual leaders in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The history of the Karmapa dates back to the 12th century when the first Karmapa, Düsum Khyenpa, was recognized as the reincarnation of Master Gampopa. Since then, each Karmapa has inherited the throne as the reincarnation of his predecessor and is revered as a spiritual leader of the Kagyu tradition.
In iconic images, the Karmapa is often depicted wearing a black hat and long robe, with one hand performing the teaching motion (Dharmachakra Mudra). These gestures represent the teachings and practices of Buddhism embodied by the Karmapa.
The Karmapa also had a special relationship with Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom. The Karmapa is said to have a direct relationship with Manjushri and therefore has a vast understanding and knowledge.
In art, the Karmapa is often depicted with a mandala depicting various Buddhist deities and practices associated with the Kagyu tradition. The Karmapa’s mandala often contains intricate symbols and patterns that represent cosmic order and spiritual reality.
Another important depiction of the Karmapa in art is the tangka, a traditional Tibetan mural. A Karmapa tangka often depicts his incarnations, his spiritual teachers, and important Buddhist texts and symbols.
In modern art, the Karmapa is also depicted in photography and painting. These works often show the Karmapa in a meditative posture or communicating with his followers.
Overall, the Karmapa is an important figure in Tibetan Buddhism and has rich symbolism in art. His importance as a spiritual leader and his association with wisdom make him an inspirational and powerful figure for those who follow the Buddhist path.

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Weight 1,880 kg
Dimensions 15 × 20 cm


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