Traditionally Hand Carved Buddhist Laxmi Goddess Statue
We have exquisitely hand-sculpted the Laxmi Goddess Statue in a traditional Himalayan style in Nepal. In the statute, the deity is depicted seated atop a lotus seat. She is portrayed with a single face, four arms, and a pair of legs. Her primary right hand is in Abhaya mudra, while her left is in Vitarka mudra. Her other two hand holds sacred ritual items. We have molded the statue using copper. Then the long hand-carving on the figurine using a hammer and chisel is done. Only an expert artist can hand-carve such intricate design patterns. We decorated the deity with multiple body ornaments, including crowns, necklaces, bracelets, and anklets.
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: 9.8"/25cm (Height) x 7.4"/19cm (Base)
Weight: 2.13 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Laxmi is primarily known as Hindu Deity. But she is also highly revered in Tibetan Buddhism. Laxmi is mainly recognized as a Hindu deity. She is, however, also held in great regard in Tibetan Buddhism. She is also known as Pal Lhamo (Shri Lakshmi). She is said to be a peaceful manifestation of Shri Devi Dudsolma, the primary female guardian of Tibetan Buddhism and Lhasa, Tibet. She is not the same thing as Shri Devi Magzor Gyalmo, the angry manifestation of Sarasvati, who rides a mule and has one face and two arms. The artwork of Shri Lakshmi is often associated with the Gelug Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and is anticipated to have appeared after the 17th century. Laxmi is known as Lakshmi, Mahalakshmi, Padmavati, Shri, and Bhoodevi, among other titles. She is one of the feminine cosmic energy's aspects, symbolizing the 'rajas' or phenomenal universe's element of fertility, richness, prosperity, wealth, brilliance, and beauty.