Standing Hotei Statue 5"

Standing Hotei Statue 5"

$65.00
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  • Product Code :567
  • Material :Brass
  • Size : 5"h x3.25"w
  • Weight :880 gm.
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    The artist has meticulously created the Laughing Buddha that is usually represented as a rotund figure with a happy disposition. His wide belly, happy disposition reflects abundance and a sign of prosperity. The belief is that rubbing his belly often leads to good luck and prosperity. He is a symbol of happiness, wealth, kindness and innocent contented joy. His Chinese name is Pu-tai Ho-shang or "Hemp-bag monk". He is originally a fertility figure who was known to bring "goodies" in his bag to local townsfolk, especially children. Later, he became a pre-incarnation of Maitreya. In Japan he is called Hotei and is one of the seven lucky gods.

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    • Product Code :567
    • Material :Brass
    • Size : 5"h x3.25"w
    • Weight :880 gm.

      The artist has meticulously created the Laughing Buddha that is usually represented as a rotund figure with a happy disposition. His wide belly, happy disposition reflects abundance and a sign of prosperity. The belief is that rubbing his belly often leads to good luck and prosperity. He is a symbol of happiness, wealth, kindness and innocent contented joy. His Chinese name is Pu-tai Ho-shang or "Hemp-bag monk". He is originally a fertility figure who was known to bring "goodies" in his bag to local townsfolk, especially children. Later, he became a pre-incarnation of Maitreya. In Japan he is called Hotei and is one of the seven lucky gods.

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