Amitabha Buddha Of Infinite Light Statue, Hand-Carved Sculpture
The Amitabha Buddha, also known as Infinite Light, is shown brilliantly in this statue. This Sculpture is hand carved in copper and gilded with 24K gold by a Nepali craftsman in Kathmandu. He is seated in a lotus position, wearing monk robes, holding a bowl containing the nectar of immortality, his hands folded and facing up in meditation mudra (samadhi). His hair is black and has hundreds of curls and a cranial bulge, one of the Buddha's distinguishing features.
Size:7.48"/19cm (Height) x5.11"/13cm (Base)
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.