Statue of Amitabha – the Buddha oldest among the Dhyani Buddha

AYH63

105,00 

 

Copper Statue of Amitabha, the Buddha oldest among the Dhyani Buddha.

He said to reside in the Sukhabati heaven in peaceful medition. He is of red colour originating from the red syllable HRIH. He represents cosmic element of Sanjna (name) and his vehicle is peacock. He exhibits Samadhi Mudra with his two palms folded face up one on top of the other lying on his lap. He has a lotus as his sign. When represented on the stupa, he always faces the west. He is worshipped thinking that one can have salvation. Sometimes holding a Patra on the same posture, his female in Pandara.
Amitabha denotes ‘Boundless light’ or Incomprehensible.

Weight 238 gr

Height
Width
6 cm
Depth
4.5 cm
Country of origin
Tibet
Materials
Copper