Traditional Manjusri Bodhisattva Essence Of Namsangati Statue
The Manjusri Bodhisattva Statue was expertly carved in our studio using sophisticated design patterns that can only be seen in the Kathmandu valley. The statue was expertly crafted with copper and gilded with 24k real gold. We have used acrylic paintings to highlight the deity's facial attributes. This form is generally referred to as Namsangati. He is seen sitting on a moon-disc lotus seat. His primary hands express dharma chakra mudra. The arms on the right hold a flaming sword and arrow, while the left holds the prajnaparamita on a lotus and a bow. The two hands below the primary hand hold an alms bowl resting on the lap. The complex design of this statue took us months and months of hard work to complete. We used a hammer and small chisels to hand-carve the intricate design patterns. To do delicate carvings, artists must have decades of experience as he has to create intricate design patterns on a small surface area.
This statue 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: 9.4"/24cm (Height) x 8.2"/21cm (Base)
Weight: 2.61 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
One of the Shakyamuni Buddha's most sophisticated teachings is the Manjushri, Namasangiti. It stands for the pinnacle of Shakyamuni Buddha's entire teachings. Shakyamuni Buddha preached the Nama-Saniti to guide his disciple Vajrapani and his furious company to enlightenment. Manjushri bodhisattva is described in the Nama-sangiti as the embodiment of all wisdom. According to one tradition, he attained perfect enlightenment a long time back. He purposefully descended into the world as a Bodhisattva for the welfare of all sentient beings. He was one of the eight chief disciples of Lord Shakyamuni who used to raise questions concerning the emptiness for the benefit of other listeners.