Setrap Done Right, Setrap Done Good

13 December 2009 - 2:39am Comments Off

Looking for a Setrap statue that’s not too big, and not too small?

After all, not all of us have space for a 3-ft Setrap statue…but all of us should want to receive the blessings of a Dharma Protector so holy that he takes care of Gaden, one of Tibet’s greatest monasteries.

Looking for a Setrap statue that’s guaranteed to be iconographically correct?

Who better to consult on a statue’s accuracy than Liaison Paul Yap of Kechara Discovery, who has received instructions directly from H.E. Tsem Rinpoche himself?

One of the latest products from Kechara Discovery is this amazing 18″ Setrap statue that’s intricate yet compact enough to placed on the smallest altars. Unveiled at the last Liaisons’ Meeting, everyone present was given a good view of a sample of the statue that is the result of a year’s hard work by Liaison Paul Yap.

Datin Ng Wee Chin with Liaison Paul Yap, Apprentice Liaison David Lai, Justin Cheah and Bernice Chong

The statue will have a highly limited edition run with only 108 statues being made, so be sure to make your way to the Grand Setrap & Dzambala Puja this coming January 2010 at the Chinese Assembly Hall, to invite yours home! Remember that Setrap statues, especially those of this size, are extremely rare and difficult to come by. In fact, the first order has already been placed – at the Liaisons’ Meeting itself, Rinpoche announced that he was pre-booking five Setrap statues and donating them to be won at the Grand Setrap Dzambala Puja special gift event!

So contact Liaison Paul Yap at discovery@kechara.com or +603 7803 3177 to find out more about the statue  and its official launch at the Grand Setrap Puja!

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