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Bhumisparsha Buddha Plain Body

Bhumisparsha Buddha Plain BodyDimension: 10 x 7 Inches

In this showcased brass statue Buddha is seen in Bhumisparsha Mudra or earth-touching gesture. The most prominent feature of this statue is that the clothing of Buddha is depicted by the linear arrangements only and whole body surface is sleek and smooth. This yields the statue a dazzling look His right hand is pointed towards the ground while left hand is held at the navel height wit an open palm. Eyes are open Buddha is looking calm and composed.

In the Bhumisparsha mudra or gesture, Buddha calls

upon the Earth to witness his claim to be known as “The Enlightened One.” He points towards the earth with his right hand and in response Bhu Devi, the Earth Goddess, lets flow a stream of sacred water at Buddha’s feet. Each drop of water symbolizes an act of merit performed by Buddha in his previous incarnations on earth.

About Buddha

Gautama Buddha was born a prince of the powerful Sakya clan in northern India in 543 B.C. Surrounded by luxury during his youth, he was shocked into reflecting on man’s condition in the world, at the sight of a destitute man, a corpse and an ascetic. He renounced his wealth and family and became a seeker of the truth. After years of penance and meditation he gained enlightenment and came to be known as the Buddha or “The Enlightened One."

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