Step into the world of The Blue Lotus adventure with Ramacharma, the famous fakir introduced to Tintin during his stay with the Maharaja of Gaipajama. Standing at 12.5 cm, this hand-painted polyresin figurine intricately portrays the mystique of a character who can defy pain through astonishing feats. From dancing on broken glass to piercing his body with blades, Ramacharma adds a unique dimension to Hergé’s storytelling. Despite his remarkable abilities, the fakir has a peculiar dislike for cushions. This figurine, capturing Hergé at his best, is presented in a cello tube, making it a captivating and collectible piece for Tintin enthusiasts.
Ramacharma The Fakir Figure
Meet Ramacharma, the famous fakir from The Blue Lotus adventure, introduced to Tintin at the Maharaja of Gaipajama’s residence. This 12.5 cm high hand-painted polyresin figurine captures the mystique of the character who defies pain with astonishing feats. Packaged in a cello tube, it’s a captivating addition for any Tintin enthusiast.