The statue of Padmasambhava is one of the eight transformations and nine incarnations of Guru Rinpoche. It is the incarnation of Padmasambhava and appears as a layman. On behalf of Padmasambhava, he has received the inheritance of the eight practices and the four yogas and achieved the achievement of vidyādhi. His image is that of a layman, holding a double-sided leather drum in his right hand, and holding a vase on his knees in his left hand, in a Quanjia sitting posture. The statue wears a five-leaf corolla on its head. The leaves of the crown are in the shape of flowers. It is very elegant. The treasure strings hang in the ears. The ears hang down from the crotch. The face is round and harmonious. The whole body is dressed up with thick brocade robes, folds and folds, flowing naturally, and the fabric has a strong texture. The fluttering sleeves and the flowing silk belt echo each other, full of rhythmic beauty. The lower part rests on a lotus throne, with lotus petals stretched out, highlighting the three-dimensional symmetrical distribution up and down. The whole statue is vivid in shape, and the light of the gilding can be faintly seen, which shows the magnificence of the gilding when it was created. The carvings are exquisite, with smooth clothing patterns, flying ribbons, and three-dimensional lotus petals. This kind of theme is relatively rare in sculptures. The size is huge. It is a high-quality sculpture of the same period and is worth collecting.