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Tibetan Buddhist Deity Amitabha Buddha
Amitabha or Amitayus Buddha is a central figure in Tibetan Buddhism. Amitabh means "Limitless Light"- Amita (boundless, infinite) + ābha (splendour, light, appearance), also known as Amitayus ("Infinite Life"), In Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism, Amitabha is considered one of the five Dhyani Buddhas (together with Akshobhya, Amoghasiddhi, Ratnasambhava and Vairocana) or 5 pearls of wisdom of the Buddha. Buddhism consists of a blend of Vajrayana, Mahayana and Tantric belief &. Life-style, Tibetan culture, religion, traditions and architecture revolves around this Buddhist culture. Tibetan Buddhism is still considered exotic and full of strange glittering statues of different Buddhas and Buddhist deities.Amitābha can often be distinguished by his mudrā; here he is seated in Padmasana Samadhi or Dhyan Mudra -his two palms folded face up, one on top of the other, lying on his lap, displaying the meditation mudrā He is depicted in attractive Bajubands( armlets ), exquisite necklace and magnificent Kadas( bracelet) studded with colourful artificial gems & beads and wearing an amazing six-pointed conical Mukut(crown) with incredible carvings- all in bronze-golden. He is also holding a Mangal-Kalasha ( Urn) covered with sacred mango- leaves and a dry coconut/copra in his palms.This Unique statue of Amitabh, with an attractive slim waistline & broad chest, is in glittering dark brownish-grey colour except with the handsome-serene, sanyasi-face in golden -yellow, spotting a forehead Tilak in sindur, also sprayed here & there on the alluring face with three divine Shiva-lines on neck. This brass statue of amitabh buddha carved in superfine expressions and scores with its aesthetic qualities is the best piece to be kept at the main entrance of your dwelling, office or hotel to heighten spirituality and avoid incoming of disruptive elements



Specifications:

Brass Statue

13.00 inch Height x 8.00 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth

5.3 Kg.
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