Finely Crafted Buddhist Garuda Copper Statue
We are the artist of Kathmandu valley who has exquisitely crafted the oxidized copper body statue of Garuda by a machine while we carved the face by hand. You can use this sculpture in your daily Vajrayana practices and indoor home décor. We have depicted a deity standing atop a lotus seat, holding a snake with both hands, which seems to be eaten by Garuda. The materials used to sculpt this statue are high quality and will last many years without damage or scratches. This art of Himalayan will be a tremendous gift from Nepal to a practitioner like you.
Size: 3"/8cm (Height) x 4.3"/11cm (Base)
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
In Buddhism, Garuda is a giant bird of prey. They are sometimes also known as Suparṇa. This means "good wings, good wings". Like the Nagas, they combine the qualities of animals and sacred beings and can be considered the lowest of the Devas. Garuda has kings and cities, and at least some of them have the magical power to transform into human form when they want to deal with humans.