Namo Shakyamuni | Tibet Buddha Statue



Shakyamuni Buddha- Traditional Tibet Statue

Namo Shakyamuni, a Tibet Buddha statue depicted with crossed legs atop a moon disc lotus seat, is shown here. The right arm is stretched over the knee in the earth touching mudra, while the left hand is put on the lap that holds the alms bowl in the meditation mudra. The turquoise robe encompasses the shoulders and reaches around the body and legs. The halo behind his peaceful face was meticulously carved and embellished with genuine 24k gold and jewels by Nepali artists over a month's timeframe.

Size: 14"/35cm (Height) x 9.4"/24cm (Base)
Weight: 3.842 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings

Siddhartha Gautama was born as the crown prince of the mighty Shakya Kingdom and nurtured to be a king in line with his royal father's aspirations. However, when he was around 29 years old, he learned about people's tremendous pain in life. He abandoned his palace life and gave up his magnificent robes and gold to uncover the reasons for this anguish and the methods to alleviate it. After nearly six years of study, self-deprivation, and severe concentration, he achieved his aim. He had attained enlightenment (a Buddha). He claimed to have then proceeded to a deer park in Sarnath (Benares), India, on the outskirts of Varanasi.