Good condition, with minor signs of wear
In his left hand he holds a prayer book.
Tsongkhapa was born in 1357 in Amdo (northeast Tibet). The monastery Kumbum was built there.
At the age of three, he started studying with Rolpey Dorje, the fourth karmapa, who gave him the name Kunga Nyingpo. When he was seven years old, he took the vows with Chojey Dhondup Rinchen, who gave him the name Lobsang Drakpa.
Tsongkhapa founded the monastery of Ganden in 1409 and thus became the first Ganden Tripa (1409–1419).
Here he taught his own teaching. Tsongkhapa has written many dissertations; when he died in 1419, he left 18 collections of writings covering hundreds of topics. These writings are the most important source of information (aside from the teachings of Buddha) within the gelug tradition.
He had many students, including Gyaltsab Dharma Rinchen (1364–1431) and Gendün Drub (1391–1474), who would become the first Dalai Lama.
The statue shows some gold plating remnants.
It has slight signs of usage, but considering its age, it is in good condition.
Marked with double varja on the bottom.
Measurements: approx. 22 x 12 x 9 cm.
Weight: 0.884 kg.
|Medlem sedan:||23 januari 2014|
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