Shakyamuni Buddha Disciples-Shariputra and Maudgalyayana, Traditional Gold Gilded Statue
The traditional gold-gilded statue is of Shakyamuni Buddha Disciples- Shariputra and Maudgalyayana.
Shariputra and Maudgalyayana are portrayed standing on a lotus seat draped on monastic robes where their right hand barely signifies the buddha's attributes. Their left-hand holds a begging bowl as they look calm and peaceful with long earlobes and no ornaments.
Size: 9.8"/25 cm(Height) x 4.3"/11 cm (Base)
Weight: 1.24 each approx.
Medium: 24K Gold, Copper Body, Precious Corals, and Turquoise
Sariputra was one of the top disciples of the Buddha. He is considered the first of the Buddha's two chief disciples, together with Maudgalyāyana. Śāriputra had a key leadership role in the ministry of the Buddha and is believed in many Buddhist schools to have been influential in the development of the Buddhist Abhidharma. He appears in several Mahayana sutras and, in some sutras, is used as a counterpoint to represent the Hinayana school of Buddhism.