Lord Buddha in Vitarka Mudra

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  • Product Code :B6185
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :7.75"H x 5.50"W x 2.75"D
  • Weight :1.400 kg.
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    The spectacular Lord Buddha in Vitarka mudra looks awesome. His Greek style hair, elongated ears, sharp nose, half closed eyes and the entire body all are given a royal and detail touch. There is a deep sense of refinement and gracefulness in the brass figure.
    The Buddha statues are often depicted with their hands performing a number of different poses and ritual postures. There are altogether ten such Mudras. Vitarka mudra is one of the much commonly found mudra or poses. Vitarka Mudra is the mudra or a gesture representing the discussion and transmission of the teachings by the Buddha. It induces the energy of the teachings and discussions of the spiritual principles which may also involve the arguments of the ideas.
    The Vitarka Mudra is usually performed by joining the tips of the thumb and the index fingers together while keeping the other fingers straight. This is similar to Abhaya as well as Varada mudra but with the thumbs touching the index fingers. The circle formed by the thumb and the index finger symbolizes the constant flow of energy and information.
    Vitarka mudra is a common gesture among the Buddha statues from Dvāravatī ages in Thailand. This mudra is also sometimes, substituted for Dharmachakra Mudra. Also called "The Gesture of Debate" or "discussion" mudra, Vitarka mudra can be seen in both the sitting and standing Buddha statues.
    Vitarka Mudra increases wisdom. It is a gesture of teaching or a mudra of discussion. It helps with the flow of knowledge without fear. One can practise for 30 to 45 minutes, either at once or in 10- to 15-minute intervals throughout the day and there are no side effects from this mudra. Anyone can use it and enjoy its benefits.

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    Specification
    • Product Code :B6185
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :7.75"H x 5.50"W x 2.75"D
    • Weight :1.400 kg.
      Description

      The spectacular Lord Buddha in Vitarka mudra looks awesome. His Greek style hair, elongated ears, sharp nose, half closed eyes and the entire body all are given a royal and detail touch. There is a deep sense of refinement and gracefulness in the brass figure.
      The Buddha statues are often depicted with their hands performing a number of different poses and ritual postures. There are altogether ten such Mudras. Vitarka mudra is one of the much commonly found mudra or poses. Vitarka Mudra is the mudra or a gesture representing the discussion and transmission of the teachings by the Buddha. It induces the energy of the teachings and discussions of the spiritual principles which may also involve the arguments of the ideas.
      The Vitarka Mudra is usually performed by joining the tips of the thumb and the index fingers together while keeping the other fingers straight. This is similar to Abhaya as well as Varada mudra but with the thumbs touching the index fingers. The circle formed by the thumb and the index finger symbolizes the constant flow of energy and information.
      Vitarka mudra is a common gesture among the Buddha statues from Dvāravatī ages in Thailand. This mudra is also sometimes, substituted for Dharmachakra Mudra. Also called "The Gesture of Debate" or "discussion" mudra, Vitarka mudra can be seen in both the sitting and standing Buddha statues.
      Vitarka Mudra increases wisdom. It is a gesture of teaching or a mudra of discussion. It helps with the flow of knowledge without fear. One can practise for 30 to 45 minutes, either at once or in 10- to 15-minute intervals throughout the day and there are no side effects from this mudra. Anyone can use it and enjoy its benefits.

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