Statues, thangkas, texts, and stupas are understood to be the physical representations of the Buddha's body, speech, and mind. They offer support for us to gather the beneficial conditions to enhance the stability and insight of one's meditation practice.
This 9-inch Ekajati statue, in accordance with the Chokling Tersar tradition, was designed under the guidance of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. The statue is made of oxidized copper and features gold leafing on the face. It is unfilled.