World Class Nepali Amitabha Buddha Statue
This Amitabha Buddha statue was hand crafted in Patan, Nepal using the lost wax sculpting method. For many centuries, Nepal has been the preferred source of the Tibetan monasteries for all of their Buddha statues and ritual items. Therefore, when you purchase our Amitabha Buddha statue you can rest assured that you have procured a monastic quality sculpture. All of our Amitabha Buddha statues are on sale now with free international shipping.
Special Adornments for Your Amitabha Statue
Our Nepali master artisan created our beautiful Amitabha Buddha statue with the jewelry and crown of a Bodhisattva. At the request of the buyer, we would be happy to adorn the crown and jewels of the statue with turquoise or red stones. At no extra charge, the skilled artisan can embellish the statue with these special decorations before delivery.
The color turquoise is a special combination of blue and green. Indeed, blue signifies the purity of the Buddhas and green symbolizes their readiness to act. Additionally, devotees meditating on the color red can transform anger into wisdom. The color red is often worn by other deities to pay tribute to Amitabha Buddha. This Amitabha statue will wear the adornments very well and they will inspire all those who lay their eyes on your new statue.
Special Associations of Amitabha Buddha
Amitabha Buddha is highly venerated in Mahayana and also Tibetan Buddhism. However, in Tibet he is highly affiliated with his Sambhogakaya embodiment known as Aparmita. Aparmita represents the longevity attribute of Amitabha and they are one in the same. Additionally, Amitabha Buddha is known as the “Buddha of Infinite Light” because of the infinite lifetimes he spent as a Bodhisattva known as Dharmakara. Amitabha Buddha is also high respected in Tibet due to his close affiliation with Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara). Click here to learn more about Amitabha Buddha.
Special Features of Amitabha Buddha Statue
This Amitabha Buddha statue sits in full lotus pose and he is depicting the Dhyana “meditation” mudra. Additionally, he holds the alms bowl of a mendicant monk in the palm of his right hand. Inside, the bowl contains the three nectars which will cure the three poisons of ignorance, greed and hatred. Amitabha Buddha sits on a single lotus pedestal and he is adorned in the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva.
He also has the marks of a Buddha such as the third eye of wisdom, elongated ears and the three neck lines. Furthermore, behind the crown he wears the ushnisha topknot and the right turning hair coils.