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Tibetan Art

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OM           is the perfect splendor and richness of sambhoghakaya
AH            is the total unchanging perfection of dharmakaya, the manifest body of absolute reality
HUNG      perfects the presence of Guru Padmasambhava as the nirmanakaya, the manifest body of emanation
VAJRA    perfects all the heruka deities of the mandalas
GURU      refers to the root and transmission gurus and the holders of intrinsic awareness
PADMA   perfects the assembly of dakas and dakinis
SIDDHI    is the life force of all the wealth deities and the guardians of the treasure teachings
HUNG      is the life force of the dharmapalas, the protective deities

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We have a large selection of Tibetan Art:

- figures like :

Buddha Images (please click:   http://www.adventuremuseum.eu/tibetan-buddha.html  )

 

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for Thangkas, please click:   http://www.adventuremuseum.eu/buddhist-paintings.html

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The following figures and ritual objects can be found on this page:

Bodhisattva (Avalokitesvara, Manjushree, Tara, Vajrapani, etc)

Tibetan deities (Jambala, Dakini, Dharmapala etc.)

Sadhitas (Cakrasambhava, etc)

Padmasambhava and Tsongkhapa

prayer wheels

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(Prices included the Spanish IVA, 21%. Prices without transport.)

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symbol of "bliss and emptiness"

Chakrasamvara is one of the most popular deities in Tantric Buddhism in the Himalayan regions and

Tibet.
 
name: T0125 Yidam Chakrasamvara in Union with his consort Vajravarahi

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 23cm x 15cm x 8cm

price: 1950,-€

mantra: OM SHRI VAJRA HE HE RU RU KAM HUM HUM P'HAT DAKINI DZALA SHAMBARAM SOHA

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symbol of "wisdom, emptiness, free-will and the nature of the self"

Manjushree is the oldest and most significant Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism.

 
name: T0051 Bodhisattva/ Yidam Manjushree

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 28cm x 22cm x 12cm

price: 1920,-€

mantra: AH RA PA TSA NA DHI

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The deity for a long life

The tree faced Usnisavijaya Tara is the female Buddha of longevity.

The practice with her should help to a long and healthy life, remove obstacles and cleanse of
mental poisons
 
name: T0131 Usnisavijaya Tara

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 23cm x 19,5cm x 10cm

price: 4400,-€

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE AYUR JANA HRI DRUM SOHA  

               OM PADMO UNISHA VIMALE HUM PHAT 

 

 

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The great Guru of Tibet

Padmasambhava is considered one of the principal early teachers to bring Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century
His name is also Guru Rinpoche, the “Precious Master”.
Padmasambhava personifies the guru principle, the heart of Vajrayana Buddhism, and he is
therefore known as the ‘second Buddha’
or the “Buddha of our time”
 
name: T0064 Padmasambhava/ Guru Rinpoche

material: copper, fire-gildet, silver overlay, colour

size: 24cm x 19cm x 11cm

price: 1980,-€

mantra: OM AH HUM VAJRA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUM

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"the rapid path to a long life, wisdom, compassion, serenty and health"

The White Tara is the protective, helpful and comforting mother who shows limitless kindness, generosity and protection towards those who are tossed in the ocean of suffering, and if we recite her mantra and make a connection to her, we draw closer to developing her enlightened qualities in ourselves

name: T0071 White Tara or Sita Tara

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 14,5cm x 11cm x 5cm

price: 750,-€

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MAMA AYUH JANA PUNYE PUSTIM KURU SOHA

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Buddhist wordly protector 

Kubera/ Vaishravana is the Guardian on the Northern Lands and the Himalayan deity for wealth

 
name: T0055 Kubera/ Vaishravana on dragon

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 19cm x 16cm x 9cm

price: 950,-€

mantra: OM VAISHRAVANAYE SVAHA

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The Tibetan Lord of secrets 

Vajrapani is a Bodhisattva who represents the energy of the enlightened mind and is the protector of the teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni, tantra-textes and the Buddhist literature.

 
name: T0057 Vajrapani (Guhyapati)

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 20,5cm x 15,5cm x 8cm

price: 2350,-€

mantra: OM VAJRAPANI HUM 

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symbol of compassion and emptiness

Green Tara is a meditation deity. She is known to protect from fear or danger, and she heals illness, increase longivity and prosperity.

 
name: T0035 Green Tara / Arya Tara/ Jetsun Dölma

material: copper

size: 13cm x 10cm x 6,5cm

price: 640,-€

This figure originally belonged to a mandala of the 21 Tara!

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA

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symbol of compassion and emptiness

Green Tara is a meditation deity. She is known to protect from fear or danger, and she heals illness, increase longivity and prosperity.

 
name: T0037 Green Tara / Arya Tara/ Jetsun Dölma

material: copper

size: 13cm x 10cm x 6cm

price: 640,-€

This figure originally belonged to a mandala of the 21 Tara!

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA

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The great Bodhisattva of compassion

Shadakshari is the Lord ot the six syllable "OM Mani Padme Hum", the most famous Tibetan Mantra, and he is is the lord of the six realms of existence (hell beings, hungry ghosts, animals, humans, demigods, and gods) too.

Shadakshari is looking over all living beings, helping them toward spiritual liberation.

 
name: T0058 Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara Shadakshari (Khaccheri)

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 21cm x 13,5cm x 8cm

price: 1470,-€

mantra: OM MANI PADME HUM

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compassion and abudance

Dharmapala Mahakala is the protector-deity in the Vajrayana Buddhism. Through his compassion, the white Mahakala eliminates spiritual and material poverty for all beings and brings abundance.

 
 
name: T0059  White Dharmapala Mahakala / Sadbhujasita-Mahakala

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 21cm x 16cm x 5cm

price: 2350,-€

mantra: OM GURU MAHAKALA HARI NI SA SIDDHI DZA

               OM BENZA NARA TRIM TRIM HUNG HUNG PHET PHET SOHA

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the tantric Buddhism deity

Dharmapala Mahakala is the protector-deityof the wisdom in the Vajrayana Buddhism.

Mahakala's compassion is for the destruction of the self-destructive ego clinging to a world of illusions. He thus serves the liberation from the illusion and the overcoming of the ego. This ego causes most of the suffering in our world.
 
name: T0063  Dark Dharmapala Mahakala / Dark Shadbhuja Mahakala

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 21cm x 14cm x 8cm

price: 2250,-€

mantra: OM BENZA NARA TRIM TRIM HUNG HUNG PHET PHET SOHA

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"essence of great compassion"

Vajra Yogini / Sarvabuddha Dakini provides the way to transform the illusions and selfishness into enlightened virtues.

In Tantra Buddhism, she accompanies man on the path between death, the intermediate
world (bardo) and rebirth. The Sarvabuddha Dakini is the Essence of all Buddha
 
name: T0010 Vajra Yogini / Sarvabuddha Dakini

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 15cm x 8cm x 6,5cm

price: 845,-€

mantra: OM VAJRAYOGINI HUM PHAT SVAHA

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Buddhist protector

Kubera/ Jambhala is the Guardian of the Northern Direction, King of the Yakshas and Leader of the Worldly Dharma

Protectors. He protects belivers from evil (evil Spirits like Asuras).
 
name: T0136 Kubera/ Vaishravana on snow lion

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 21cm x 17cm x 9cm

price: 2350,-€

mantra: OM VAISHRAVANAYE SVAHA

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his body is a road-map to Nirvana

JeTsongkhapa is one of the famous teacher of the Tibetan Buddhism. (Gelug School) He introduced the Pure Buddhadharma in Tibet.

 
name: T0045 Je Tsongkhapa

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 23cm x 14,5cm x 10cm

price: 1980,-€

mantra:

MIG MEY TZE WAY TER CHEN CHENREZIG

DRI MEYKHYEN PI WANG PO JAMPAL YANG

DU PUNG MA LU JOM DZEY SANG WEY DAG
GANG CHENG KE PEY TSUG GYEN TSONGKHAPA
LO SANG TRAG PEY SHAB LA SOL WA DEB

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The great Guru of Tibet

Padmasambhava is considered one of the principal early teachers to bring Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century
His name is also Guru Rinpoche, the “Precious Master”.
Padmasambhava personifies the guru principle, the heart of Vajrayana Buddhism, and he is
therefore known as the ‘second Buddha’
or the “Buddha of our time”
 
name: T0140 Padmasambhava/ Guru Rinpoche

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 37cm x 25cm x 16cm

price: 2980,-€

mantra: OM AH HUM VAJRA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUM

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The great Bodhisattva of compassion

In Tibetan Buddhism, Avalokiteshvara is considered the embodiment of the compassion of all Buddhas of all time. His flower is the lotus, which indicates the purity of the heart.

"Lokeshvara" (short form) is looking over all living beings, helping them toward spiritual liberation.
 
name: T0043 Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara Padmapani

material: copper

size: 33cm x 12cm x 10cm

price: ...,-€

mantra: OM MANI PADME HUM

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The Buddhist Tantra Goddess of Love

Uddiyana-Kurukulla is associated with the magical function of enchantment or the bewitching of people in order to bring them under one’s power. More than any other figure in the Buddhist pantheon, Kurukulla becomes the Buddhist Tantra goddess of love and sex. She is considered either an emanation of Buddha Amitābha, one of BodhisattvaTara's forms, or a transformation of the Yidam Heruka.

 
name: T0042 Lotus-Dakini Uddiyana-Kurukulla

material: copper, fire-gilded, colour

size: 21,5cm x 15,5cm x 7cm

price: 1920,-€

mantra: OM KURUKULLE HRIH SVAHA

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symbol of compassion and emptiness

Green Tara is a meditation deity. She is known to protect from fear or danger, and she heals illness, increase longivity and prosperity.

 
name: T0040 Green Tara / Arya Tara/ Jetsun Dölma

material: copper

size: 13cm x 10cm x 8cm

price: 640,-€

This figure originally belonged to a mandala of the 21 Tara!

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA

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symbol of compassion and emptiness

Green Tara is a meditation deity. She is known to protect from fear or danger, and she heals illness, increase longivity and prosperity.

 
name: T0041 Green Tara / Arya Tara/ Jetsun Dölma

material: copper

size: 13cm x 10cm x 6,5cm

price: 640,-€

This figure originally belonged to a mandala of the 21 Tara!

mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA

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female “sky walker”, who guides human beings along the right path"

Simhavaktra Dakini can remove physical hindrances and spiritual obstacles such as pride and ego.

Simhamukha is regarded as one of the principal fierce manifestations of Padmasambhava. She is also one of the deities of the Bardo Thödol, the Tibetan book of death.
 
name: T0073 Simhavaktra Dakini

material: copper

size: 16cm x 11cm x 6,5cm

price: 325,-€

mantra: OM NAMO GURU DAKINI SIMHAMUKHAYE SARVASATRUN VIGHNAM MARAYA PHAT

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 "deity of wealth" 

Kubera is the deity for wealth. He protects the trasures of our earth, such as Minerals and jewels, which lie undergrounds.

 
name: T0126 Kubera

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 12cm x 11cm x 8cm

price: 320,-€

mantra: OM YAKSHAYA KUBERAYA VAISHRAVANAYA DHANADHANYADHIPATAYE

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The great Guru of Tibet

Padmasambhava is considered one of the principal early teachers to bring Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century
His name is also Guru Rinpoche, the “Precious Master”.
Padmasambhava personifies the guru principle, the heart of Vajrayana Buddhism, and he is
therefore known as the ‘second Buddha’
or the “Buddha of our time”
 
name: T0137 Padmasambhava/ Guru Rinpoche

material: copper, fire-gildet, colour

size: 16cm x 10cm x 7cm

price: 420,-€

mantra: OM AH HUM VAJRA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUM

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"the immovable one"

Akshobhya is one of the five wisdo Buddhas of the Vajrayana Buddhism. In the Mandala he is located in the east and there he is the Lord of the Eastern Pure Land of Abhirati, which means " the Joyous". Akshobhya represents the eternal mind. He is the embodiment of "mirror knowledge" (what is reaal, what is Illusion) and steadfastness.

The Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya symbolizes the overcoming of passions such as anger and hatred towards other beings.
 
name: T0015 pilgrims altar with Buddha Aksobhya

material: copper, silver plated, colour

size: 17cm x 13cm x 6cm (altar), carrybag 62cm long

price: 980,-€

mantra: OM AKSHOBHYA HUM

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"OM MANI PADME HUM"

Prayer wheels are devices for spreading spiritual blessings and well being. Rolls of thin paper, imprinted with many, many copies of the mantra “Om Mani Padme Hum”. Turning a prayer wheel containing 100 Million “Om Mani Padme Hum”mantras accumulates the same merit as having recited 100 Million of this mantra.

Simply touching a prayer wheel brings great purification of negative karmas and obscurations. Another benefits of the prayer wheel is that it embodies all the actions of the buddhas and bodhisattvas.
In Tibet and the Himalayan Region old men and women turn prayer wheels every day. In the morning and in the evening,even when they walk around, they hold a mala (rosary)in their left hand, a prayer wheel in their right, and recite “Om Mani Padme Hum”.
 
 
name: T0076 big prayer wheel

material: copper, bamboo

size: 66cm x 16cm x 16cm

price: 1800,-€

mantra: OM MANI PADME HUM

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"OM MANI PADME HUM"

Prayer wheels are devices for spreading spiritual blessings and well being. Rolls of thin paper, imprinted with many, many copies of the mantra “Om Mani Padme Hum”. Turning a prayer wheel containing 100 Million “Om Mani Padme Hum”mantras accumulates the same merit as having recited 100 Million of this mantra.

Simply touching a prayer wheel brings great purification of negative karmas and obscurations. Another benefits of the prayer wheel is that it embodies all the actions of the buddhas and bodhisattvas.
In Tibet and the Himalayan Region old men and women turn prayer wheels every day. In the morning and in the evening,even when they walk around, they hold a mala (rosary)in their left hand, a prayer wheel in their right, and recite “Om Mani Padme Hum”.
 
This prayer wheel is decorated with the“Ashtamangala”. This eight symbols of good fortune represent the offerings made by the gods to Shakyamuni Buddha immediately after he gained enlightenment.
 (conch, endless knot, fish, lotos, parasol, vase, dharmachakra, victory banner)
 
 
name: T0104  prayer wheel with the eight auspicious symbols of the Buddhism (Ashtamangalas)

material: copper, bamboo

size: 34cm x 10cm x 10cm

price: 490,-€

mantra: OM MANI PADME HUM

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And here are a few photos of our Tibetan section.

If you see something in the photos, which we have not listed here on the website,
just ask Nisarga!
 

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Tibetan Buddhism (top) and Hindu (below) class case

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Tibetan class case (right side)

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For those masks, please check the page "world of masks".

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And many more!

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OM MANI PADME HUM

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Tibetan Buddhists believe that saying the Avalokitesvara mantra (prayer) "Om Mani Padme Hum" out loud or silently to oneself, invokes the powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara or Lokesvara), the embodiment of compassion. Viewing the written form of the mantra is said to have the same effect. It is often carved into stones, and placed where people can see them.

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(Bhaktapur-Nepal 2007)

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(Swayambhunath - Nepal, 1999)

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