Buddhist Statues, Resin

Tsongkhapa

$14.00
Statue of Tsongkhapa , teacher of Tibetan Buddhism and founder of Geluk school
$14.00

Tsongkhapa (Tson-ka-pa) (1357–1419), was a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism and founder of the Geluk (Gelugpa) school of Tibetan Buddhism. It is said that the tree which overshadowed the house in which he was born had the imprint of a Buddha on its leaves. Tsongkhapa received the Buddha’s teachings from all Tibetan Buddhist traditions, but his main source of inspiration was the Kadampa tradition.

Tson-ka-pa was a Buddhist reformer, and the Gelugpa sect which he founded became very popular in Tibet and remains the most important sect to this day.

Large: 4"(10 cm)/7 oz.

Size: 
2" (5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Little Happy Buddha

$14.00
Laughing Buddha, sometimes called Hotei, Chinese buddha of prosperity and  luck
$14.00

A small resin ivory Buddha in the style of the laughing Buddha, sometimes called Hotei, with the big belly symbolizing prosperity and the good luck. This style is popular in China.

The Happy Buddha is available in the small size only.

Size: 
2" (5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Hotei (Budai) Laughing Buddha

$14.00
Hotei (or Hotai, Japanese), Budai (Chinese) often called the laughing Buddha
$14.00

Hotei (or Hotai, Japanese), Budai (Chinese) often called the laughing Buddha, is shown here with his full belly and arms above his head. Rub his belly? Put small offerings or aromatic oils in his raised bowl?

Large: 5"(13cm)/8oz

Size: 
3"( 8 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Padma Sambhava

$14.00
Buddhist Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche), Indian Tantric master
Buddhist Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) with the khatvanga against chest
$14.00

This resin statue depicts Padma Sambhava (Padmasambhava), or Guru Rinpoche as he is often called, the great Indian Tantric master credited with establishing Buddhism in Tibet. He is sculpted in meditation pose, a dorje (vajra) in his right hand, a skull cup (patra) with the vase of life in his left hand, resting on his lap. The magic wand, or khatvanga, invented by Padmasambhava, rests against his left shoulder. It is used for cutting off the root of the three poisons of ignorance, greed, and anger (ill-will). Padmasambhava wears the flowing robes of his native land, roughly corresponding to the Swat Valley, located between Kashmir and Afghanistan. He wears a mitered hat with a waving vulture feather on the top.

Large: 4"(10cm) / 11 oz

Size: 
2" (.8 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Vajrayogini

$14.00
Vajrayogini, dakini and Naropa consort who cuts worldly bonds
$14.00

A beautiful, highly detailed resin statue of the dakini Vajrajogini. Dakinis are the female consorts of the herukas, wrathful and semi-wrathful male deities. They can also be considered the feminine aspect of one's innate nature. Dakinis can be human, or non-human and are able to travel through the air.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Red Tara

$14.00
Red Tara, Tibetan Buddhist goddess (bodhisattva) of compassion
Statue of Red Tara, one of 21 Taras which also include Green and White Tara
$14.00

In the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon, Tara is the most important of the female bodhisattvas. She is sometimes referred to as a female Buddha. Anyone can pray to her for help and guidance.

There are twenty-one forms of Tara. This sculpture is of Red Tara. Her appearance and pose is similar to that of Green Tara. Over her left shoulder she carries a bow, her 'weapon', which shoots arrows of flowers.

Large: 4"(10cm) / 8 oz

Size: 
2" (5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Mandarava

$14.00
Mandarava sculpture in resin of Buddhist consort of Padmasambhava
Resin statue of Mandarava, Buddhist consort of PadmasambhavaMandarava statue in resin, Mandarava, consort of Padmasambhava
$14.00

This resin sculpture images Mandarava, consort of Padmasambhava, the great Indian tantric master who established Buddhism in Tibet. Mandarava was a princess in northern India; her name means Celestial Red Flower.

Mandarava's father, the king, did not like Padmasambhava and threatened to kill her if she did not renounce him. She refused, so he tied them both up and lit a fire! As Padmasambhava was a master of magic, he manifested a lake around their feet, preventing them from being burned. This convinced the king that it was their destiny to be together.

Size: 
2.5" (6.4 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Manjushri (Manjusri)

$14.00
Tibetan Buddhist deity Manjusri with sword in resin statue made in U.S
$14.00

Manjushri (Manjusri) is the Tibetan bodhisattva of Divine Wisdom. This resin sculpture shows Manjusri in his two-armed form, carrying a sword to cut through ignorance and delusion in his right hand, and the Prajnaparmita manuscript, the "divine book of wisdom" over his left shoulder. His left hand is in the teaching gesture.

Size: 
2.3" (.9 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Vajrasattva

$14.00
Buddhist statue of Vajrasattva with bell and dorje
$14.00

This statue of Vajrasattva depicts him in his solitary form, without a consort. Nepali Buddhists consider him the sixth Dhyani Buddha and the leader of the five Dhyani buddhas.

Vajrasattva is richly ornamented and wears a crown. He sits cross-legged in the meditative pose. He carries the vajra (dorje) in his right hand with palm upwards against the chest and the ghanta (bell)in his left hand, resting upon his left thigh.

Large: 4"(10cm) / 7 oz.

Size: 
2" (5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

White Tara

$14.00
Tibetan Buddhist statue of the bodhisattva White Tara, bodhisattva of compassion
$14.00

A finely-detailed art piece sculpture of the Buddhist bodhisattva White Tara. White Tara is a female deity of the Buddhist pantheon. She was born from a tear of the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara. She is regarded as his consort.

Size: 
2" (5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.
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