Manjushri Bodhisattva Mantra Practice Statue for Ritual and Meditation
The Manjushri bodhisattva mantra practice statue is an intricately handcrafted piece produced in our studio and designed with unique Nepali motifs. This figure is hand-carved out of premium oxidized copper that results in a classic antique feel to the final product. The bodhisattva is presented exuding serenity as he sits atop a moon disc lotus seat wielding his fiery sword with his right hand, which represents his ability to cut through negativity and ignorance. Here, he can also be seen performing the hand gesture, 'Vitraka mudra,' which symbolizes his wisdom as it indicates the transmission of the teaching of the Buddha. Beautiful Colorful stones are placed by our artists that enhance the overall beauty of the piece.
We assure you this brilliant piece's quality and longevity as only the best materials were used. It is a perfect souvenir for any devotee like yourself, can be used for Buddhist rituals, and is a great addition to your Altar.
Size: 20"/51cm (Height) x 15.7"/40cm (Base)
Weight: 14.27 kg
Material: Oxidized Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Manjushri means "very auspicious" in Sanskrit. Manjushri, one of the compassion bodhisattvas, is more famous among Tibetan Buddhists. He, as the Buddha Resplendent, resembles a brilliant sun. Manjushri is a Tibetan name that means "good companion." He also represents the Kadampa Buddhist tradition, recognized by its scholars.