Fully Gold Gilded 36" Large Shakyamuni Buddha Statue (24k Gold Face Painted) - Gallery
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Fully Gold Gilded 36″ Large Shakyamuni Buddha Statue (Fire Gilding Method)

SGD 15,999.00 SGD 10,999.00

Statue Identity: Large Shakyamuni Buddha Statue
Product Dimensions: Height: 36″, Width: 24″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method, Fully Gilded
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, 24k Gold
Shipping Weight: 15kg
Currency: Singapore Dollars

Description

Our handmade large Shakyamuni Buddha statue was handcrafted using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. As a result, the Buddha’s human features are matched with a fine 24k gold finish. The fire gilding method ensures that there is a pure 24k gold residual finish. Indeed, our artisans have long been the source of the Tibetan monasteries for their Buddha sculpture. As a result, you can rest assured you have procured a monastic quality big Buddha statue. Our Shakyamuni Buddha statue is ideal for your home, meditation center or business.

Large Shakyamuni Buddha Statue Poses and Mudras

Our fully gilded large Shakyamuni Buddha statue is a depiction of the original Buddha. The most prominent feature of the big Buddha statue is the classic Bhumisparsha mudra. This classic mudra is displayed with the Buddha seated in full lotus pose and the right hand gently draped over his right knee. Additionally, the palm is flat and facing inwards and the fingers are lightly touching the ground.

The Buddha depicted this mudra because he was calling the earth goddess to witness his vanquishment of the demon Mara. As a result of overcoming the final temptation, the demon Mara was defeated and Siddhartha Gautama became the Buddha of our time. Additionally, his willingness to teach the Dharma to others resulted in the reemergence of Buddhism at a time when it had been forgotten.

His left hand the bid Buddha statue is depicting the Dhyana “meditation” mudra and rests flat in his lap. Insight wisdom is acquired through meditation. This is why the Dhyana mudra is also known as the meditation mudra.

Other traditional elements of this large Shakyamuni Buddha statue include the Ushnisha topknot, the elongated ears, third eye of wisdom and right turning hair coils. The statue also features elaborate face painting and intricate carvings on his robe.

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