"bhûmisparsha mudra" Seated Buddha statue - unique piece
The statue easily embellishes and refreshes your home. Trendy decor idea, this accessory is not new. In fact, since Antiquity, statues have always held an important place in the life of men. Whether it is funeral objects, religious objects or devotions, the statue is now used as decoration. Bringing 'this je ne sais quoi' to your interior and exterior, this ancestral practice and this tendency are not about to decrease. Succumb to the charm of our sublime representation of Buddha sitting in a lotus with its bun cut in the shape of a lotus flower bud. Buddha has here the bhûmisparsha mudra, that is, the taking of the earth as a witness. The right hand points at the earth, thus taking it as a witness of its capacity to attain enlightenment. This symbolizes the struggle of the devotee against his demons, the desires that bring suffering. It is the act of enlightenment. This statue is made from volcanic stones reconstituted by our craftsmen and comes from Burma. This representation of Buddha in full mediation will bring to your home a luminous atmosphere full of serenity.
Maintenance: To clean your engineered stone, you won't need a lot of materials or spend a fortune. A brush, preferably soft, and soapy water with a natural cleanser such as Marseille soap or black soap will do the trick. Rinse it off with clear water.
Note: Non-contractual photo. Colors and dimensions may vary depending on arrivals
Height: 102 cm
Length: 65 cm
Width: 45 cm
Weight: 220 kg