Tibetan Buddhist Art ketting Padmasambhava

Artikelnummer: TBA3002
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Ketting "Padmasambhava" van Tibetan Buddhist Art. Deze originele kettingen zijn gebaseerd op Thangka schilderijen van Carmen Mensink. Padmasambhava wordt gezien als de tweede Boeddha (Tib.: Guru Rinpoche).

Padmasambhava is revered throughout the Himalayan ranges as the 'Second Buddha".
In the 8th century, King Trison Detsen invited Padmasambhava from India to assist in the founding of Buddhism in Tibet. Thanks to his activity, the Dharma was firmly established.

He was famous for performing miracles and through his awesome mastery of tantric practices, he is said to have transformed hostile spirits and negative forces into guardians and protectors of the Dharma. His powerful presence allowed the completion of Samye, the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet. His compassionate act of hiding numerous 'treasure texts' or 'termas' have secured the continued revelation of Vajrayana teachings for future generations. 

Padmasambhava's mark is to be found throughout the Himalaya ranges in and around the many caves he used for meditation. At these sites one can still find his hand and foot prints.

De hanger is gemaakt van zwart kunststof aan een waxkoord en de sluiting is gemaakt van metaal. De lengte van de ketting is 42 cm (te verlengen tot 46 cm) en de hanger is 2,8 cm x 2,8 cm x 0,8 cm. De ketting wordt geleverd in een bordeaux rood fluwelen zakje.

Deze ketting is een uitgave van Tibetan Buddhist Art - Copyright: © Carmen Mensink.

Gewicht: 15 gram
Afmetingen: 2,8 cm x 2,8 cm x 0,8 cm / 42 cm
Materiaal: Kunststof, metaal, waxkoord
Keurmerk: Geen
Land van herkomst: Nederland
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