Traditional Buddhist Art Of 18 Arms Cundi Bodhisattva
We custom-created this captivating 18 Arms Cundi Bodhisattva Statue using traditional Himalayan techniques handed down through the ages. The deity is portrayed in the statue sitting on a moon disc lotus throne with 18 arms. Her two hands are in the root mudra, while the 16 other hands are holding various objects of symbolic significance. We used a copper body to mold the statue, then we covered it in 24K pure gold. The exquisite patterns of the statue's design were hand-carved. The 18 arms, each holding different ritual items, had to be created carefully. We worked with utmost devotion for several months to finish the statue. Carving every minute detail using a chisel and hammer was no easy task for this 18-armed deity.
This figurine will be a perfect gift from Nepal to a devotee like you that will aid you in your practices and regular activities such as meditation and yoga.
Size: 11.4"/29cm (Height) x 9.4"/24cm (Base)
Weight: 2.42 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
It is widely acknowledged that the Bodhisattva Tsundri, often named Cundi or Zhunti, has a high spiritual standing. As she assists us in achieving the Samadhi of Spiritual Power of Transformation of Ocean and Space, she is the Bodhisattva. She is said to be the authentic incarnation of the World-Honored One. The Cundi Guan Yin is another name for the Bodhisattva Tsundri. The "Goddess of the Seventy Million Buddhas" is another term practitioners refer to her.