Buddha Parinirvana 12.5"

Buddha Parinirvana 12.5"

$61.00 USD

 

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  • Product Code :2476
  • Material :Casted Resin
  • Size : 12.50"H x 5.25"W x 4"D
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    The beautiful resin figure of the Apostle of Truth and Non-violence Lord Buddha in His Parinirvana posture is given a detail and refine treatment. Gautam Buddha while disseminating his teachings, traveled far and wide and finally reached the city of Kushinagara in modern Uttar Pradesh. He asked his disciples to spread a couch for him in a grove. The Lord lay there, supported by a cushion, reclining on the right side, with the head supported by his hand.


    On a full-moon night the Lord gave up His earthly body, the event known in Buddhist terminology as the Parinirvana, or "Final Nirvana". The Enlightened One passed through progressively higher planes of meditation until he attained entry into Parinirvana.


    The Buddha here lies enwrapped in the flowing folds of his monastic garment so that only his glowing chest is completely visible. Exalted signs celebrating his status include the auspicious tuft at the center of the forehead and the three curving lines on his neck. He reclines on the oblong lotus-couch with his body fully stretched; the extended left hand complementing the overall sprawl of the composition. The two feet are placed tightly one over the other.

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    • Product Code :2476
    • Material :Casted Resin
    • Size : 12.50"H x 5.25"W x 4"D

      The beautiful resin figure of the Apostle of Truth and Non-violence Lord Buddha in His Parinirvana posture is given a detail and refine treatment. Gautam Buddha while disseminating his teachings, traveled far and wide and finally reached the city of Kushinagara in modern Uttar Pradesh. He asked his disciples to spread a couch for him in a grove. The Lord lay there, supported by a cushion, reclining on the right side, with the head supported by his hand.


      On a full-moon night the Lord gave up His earthly body, the event known in Buddhist terminology as the Parinirvana, or "Final Nirvana". The Enlightened One passed through progressively higher planes of meditation until he attained entry into Parinirvana.


      The Buddha here lies enwrapped in the flowing folds of his monastic garment so that only his glowing chest is completely visible. Exalted signs celebrating his status include the auspicious tuft at the center of the forehead and the three curving lines on his neck. He reclines on the oblong lotus-couch with his body fully stretched; the extended left hand complementing the overall sprawl of the composition. The two feet are placed tightly one over the other.

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