Statue: Kunda (Wylie sku ’dra) སྐུ་འདྲ Early to Mid 19th century

An old silver statue of Dorje Chang, wrapped in silk and ornate cloth that has been stitched around the body of the statue. 185mm high. This very beautiful statue is supposedly over one thousand years old. The statue was supposedly damaged by King Langdarma or one of his ministers when the ruler of Tibet was suppressing Buddhism and promoting the Bon religion. One Statue.

The material is owned by Dorje Namgyal and was handed down from his father Meme Dorje Angchuk. All the materials in the archive are kept within the prayer room of the house.

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