Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch
Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch
Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch
Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch

Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch

SKU: 81002404

Lama Tsongkhapa Brass Statue, 2.75 inch

SKU: 81002404
  • Traditional Buddhist iconography
  • Customised art services available
  • Every purchase supports the temple
Regular price RM234.00
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A miniature brass statue of Lama Tsongkhapa, whose image attracts the positive energies of wealth, protection and harmony, while healing depression, fear, anger and destructive emotions. A perfect addition to a small shrine at home, in the workplace, or as part of a portable travel altar.

  • Finely crafted from brass.
  • Deity iconography according to Buddhist scriptural sources.
  • Polished gold finish.
  • Mantra insertion and other statue enhancement services available for greater blessings and merits.

ENHANCED BLESSINGS (while stocks last)
This item has been consecrated in a Soongdrup & Rabney ritual conducted by very senior members of the monastic community at Kechara Forest Retreat.

WITH COMPLIMENTS (while stocks last)
Get a complimentary set of 7 herbal rilbus for every statue you invite.

* As each item is handcrafted, variations in shape, colour and finishing may occur from piece to piece. These do not impact its spiritual function and benefits.

About Lama Tsongkhapa

Lama Tsongkhapa is the emanation of three great Buddhas – Manjushri (wisdom), Chenrezig (compassion) and Vajrapani (spiritual power). He was an unparalleled 15th-century Buddhist master who founded the Gelug tradition, and is the single greatest Tibetan commentator, scholar and yogi in the history of Buddhism. Hailed as the "Second Buddha", this great saint led a life of the highest ethics, held his vows perfectly and was instrumental in the revival of Buddha’s teachings that were deteriorating during his lifetime.

He grants wealth, business and career success to the practical-minded. Essentials of food, money, shelter and clothing will cease to be a problem. In this manner, he allows us to look deeper into spirituality with our minds freed from mundane worries.

Anyone who engages in his Guru Yoga meditation (Gaden Lhagyama) will experience great benefits. His gentle blessings can heal depression and illness, relieve fear and destructive emotions, protect from negative energies, harmonise relationships and encourage joy and peace. He is particularly helpful for the development of wisdom, enhancing intelligence, mental clarity, and above all, the understanding of Dharma.

During his lifetime, Lama Tsongkhapa was widely known for his scholarly prowess, unwavering guru devotion and great deeds. Some of the most well-known include the founding of the Three Pillars of the Gelugpa tradition — Gaden, Sera and Drepung Monasteries, establishing the Great Prayer Festival (Monlam Chenmo) in 1409, and composing the Lamrim Chenmo — The Great Exposition of the Stages of the Path.

At the age of 63, he entered into samadhi meditation, made extensive inner offerings and then stopped his breath. Many witnessed his body transform to that of a 16-year-old, with rainbow lights emitting from it. These signs are all hallmarks of an extraordinary being’s parinirvana. Today, his fame has spread across the world in fulfilment of a prediction made by Buddha Shakyamuni.

  • Material: Brass
  • Height: 70 mm (2.8-in)
  • Width: 50 mm (2.0-in)
  • Depth: 37 mm (1.5-in)
  • Weight: 0.12 kg (0.3 lb)

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