Amitabha Buddha Chant Practice Statue | Hand-Carved Buddhist Statues



Amitabha Buddha Chant Practice Statue for Meditation and Spirituality 

We created this stunning gold statue of Amitabha Buddha chant practice statue in our studio using a traditional Himalayan carving technique passed down from generation to generation from Nepal. In the statue, the Buddha peacefully sits upon a moon disc lotus with an alms bowl over his lap carried by his two hands while performing the 'Dhyan Mudra,' a characteristic gesture of Amitabha Buddha. His Unisha and serene facial expression has been beautifully highlighted with acrylic paints. An intricately carved out nimbus sits behind the Buddha's head. 

The ideal addition to your Buddhist shrine can be used as a meditative accompaniment for yourself or any devotee.

Size: 25.5"/65cm (Height) x 15.7"/40cm (Base)
Weight: 23.88 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Amitabha is well-known for his longevity, the accumulation of discernment, pure perception, and the profound awareness of the emptiness of phenomena. According to these scriptures, Amitabha has infinite merit as a result of his good deeds in countless previous lives as a bodhisattva named Dharmakra. Because Amitabha means "Infinite Light" and Amityus means "Infinite Life," Amitabha is also known as "The Buddha of Immeasurable Light and Life."