Traditional Buddhist Kshitigarbha Bodhisattva Sculpture
The Kshitigarbha Bodhisattva Sculpture was hand-crafted by the master artists of Nepal. The Kshitigarbha figure was molded with a copper body, gilded with 24k genuine gold and painted with acrylic paint which highlights the detailed patterns of the deity. The deity is depicted seated peacefully atop a moon disc lotus he holds a pearl with magical properties beyond description in his right hand. His left hand also depicts the Varada mudra, which means "gift offering." His headdress, designed like petals of the lotus, looks desirable in his black hair. A nimbus cloud illuminates the statue from behind. You can use this artwork for various purposes, such as in your regular meditational or yoga activities, in different Buddhist rituals, and for home décor things. The statue took our artists months of hard work to carve.
The enormous statue of the Kshitigarbha will be the perfect gift for a practitioner like you from Nepal.
Size: 19.6"/50cm (Height) x 13.7"/35cm (Base)
Weight: 10 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Chinese and Japanese Buddhists respect and worship Kshitigarbha, one of the most well-known bodhisattvas. Ti Tsang P'usa, or Bodhisattva, is a Buddhist monk known as Ti Tsang P'usa. "Earth Treasury," "Earth Store," "Earth Matrix," or "Earth Womb" is the meaning of the term "Ksitigarbha." The Great Vow of Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha was to aid and rescue all creatures. The Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha was shown as a Buddhist monk with a shaved head, modest clothing, and a staff.