Kunto (Tib. Kuntuzangpo), meaning the ‘All Good’ or ‘Ever Perfect’, is the Adi or Primordial Buddha of the Nyingma or ‘ancient-school’ of Tibetan Buddhism, where he is recognized as the sublime source from which many of the Mahayoga, Anuyoga, and Atiyoga classes of the highest Tantras and Dzogchen transmissions originate. As such he represents the dharmakaya, the supreme buddha-body of absolute reality, as the innate or natural purity of consciousness itself. As the Adi Buddha, he is the source from which the forty-two peaceful and fifty-eight wrathful deities of the Zhitro (Zhi-khro) or Bardo-mandala originate. He is likewise regarded as the ‘Father of all Buddhas’ in the Mahayoga texts of the Guhyagarbha Tantra and in the Seventeen Tantras of the Great Perfection or Dzogchen cycle of transmissions
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KuntoFrom $59( 20 x 28 cm )
Kunto is another form of Buddha.
Here Buddha can be seen in two colors – black and the white. The black part represents the Buddha in a male form, while the white part portrays a female that is living inside