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Choekling Padmasambhava- 8 inch Part-gold two-toned antique

  • Tibetan Name: Choekling Guru
  • Sanskrit Name: Padmasambhava

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Note: This is the exact piece you will be receiving

Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche is a legendary Buddhist master who is known to have introduced tantric Buddhism in Tibet. Hence, he is hailed as the second Buddha. This statue of Guru Rinpoche with his right hand close to the heart is known as ‘Choekling Guru’. Crafted in the highest level of workmanship, the two-toned antique finishing gives elegance to this statue. 24k gold is mercury gilded partly giving visibility to the high depth engraving on the borders of the robe. The gold face painting along with precise detailing gives a radiant look to the viewers.

Crafted in 2021

Height: ~22 cm

Width: ~14 cm

Depth: ~9 cm

Weight: ~1.4 Kilograms

  • Do not sprinkle water or any liquid on the face.
  • Avoid touching the face when handling the statue.
  • Use a cotton cloth to clean the body of the statue.
  • Base Metal: Copper
  • Finish Style: Part-gold two-toned antique finishing

All our statues are handcrafted. For some statues we make in high quantities, the one shown on the website will not be the exact piece. When you order these items, we will send you the exact pictures of the statue you will be receiving. While the overall look of the statue will look exactly like the one shown in the picture, each statue that we make will differ slightly upon closer inspection due to the nature of handcrafting.

To know whether you will be receiving the exact same piece of the statue, you can check the message below the ‘add to cart’ button.

We have a return policy of 14 days. For more information, read section 6: Returns of the ordering policy.

  • Order processing takes about 2-3 business days.
  • Shipped to your location through cargo and couriers.

All of our statues have been handcrafted in Patan, Nepal.

The tradition and history of handcrafting Buddhist statues have been present in Patan for more than 10 centuries. In our quest to preserve and keep this tradition going, we make sure that all of the statues are crafted from Patan.

For more information regarding our items, read our item policy.