Shakyamuni Buddha Statue, Buddhist Sculpture
The Buddhist statue is hand-carved by an artist from Kathmandu. Gilded with 24k gold, Shakyamuni Buddha is represented with a serene and peaceful look on a lotus seat. His right hand is in the earth-touching mudra, while his left hand is holding a begging bowl that appears to be meticulously created by the artist. His ear lobes are extended to show that Buddha was a spiritual master, and he had wisdom and compassion. One of the Buddha's defining traits is his black hair, including hundreds of curls and a cranial bulge.
Size: 7.5"/19cm (Height) x 5.1"/13cm (Base)
Weight: 1.14 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Amitabha statue represents Himalayan Buddhism art. The foundations of Amitabha Buddha are identical to those of Shakyamuni, the first Buddha. The Amitabha symbolism is soothing, and the "Sukhavati" Amitabha pure kingdom is all-encompassing. Devotees can seek Amitabha Buddha's and other bodhisattvas' assistance to alleviate their sorrow caused by this magnificent vehicle. All they have to do is utter his name or the Amitabha mantra.