A fantastic hand painted thangka of the 1000 Armed Chenrezig. Painted in the Karma Gadri style.
Please note that this Thangka will be coming directly from our artist in Nepal, so will take 3 to 4 months to complete. You will receive a Thangka of equal quality, painted by the same artist as the picture shown. It will be worth the wait!
This is a wonderful bell and dorje set of finer quality than our standard sets. The bell handle and vajra are finished to a high standard and fire gilded in 24k gold. The detail on the bell itself is not as finely cast as the higher quality bells we have listed, however, the sound quality remains excellent, making this set very good value for money. This is what many other stores are selling as their finest quality.
Quality: 5 metal bronze alloy The bells are approximately 17 to 18 cms high. The sets come complete with brocade cover.
Author: Longchenpa & Keith Dowman with a forward by Chogyal Namkai Norbu Rinpoche
Dzogchen or the "Great Perfection" is considered by many to be the apex of Tibetan Buddhism. Longchen Rabjam is recognized as the pre-eminent master of Dzogchen and one of Tibet's greatest writers and sages. His Treasury of Reality encompasses and optimizes the radical precepts of Dzogchen and is a shining example of why people continue to turn to the traditions of Tibet for spiritual and personal transformation. Transcending the Tibetan context, Longchen Rabjam’s book is a manual of practical wisdom for all people of all times, cultures, and traditions. Dzogchen teaches the natural perfection of all experience, phenomena, and life, just as it is, with no need to alter or fabricate complex ideas or philosophical views. This discipline of spiritual transcendence provides the key not only to our inner enlightenment but to the health and survival of our planet.
This is a new edition of Old Man Basking in Sun.
A beautiful fully gilded copper statue of Gampopa, also known as Dakpo Lharjé, the physician from Dakpo. Gampopa was the foremost disciple of Milarepa and was an adept at both the Kadam and Mahamudra traditions.
The base is hollow to allow for consecration. Cast using the ancient Lost Wax process. Fire Gilded with 24K gold height approx 7.5 inches Origin: Nepal