Our masterpiece Akshobhya statue was created using the lost wax sculpting method in Patan, Nepal. Therefore, it is one of a kind. Indeed, the buyer will have an original statue for many generations. Additionally, the intricate details of the statue are second to none. This is clearly evident in the elaborate engravings in his robe and the double lotus pedestal.
Please look closely to observe the eight Tibetan auspicious symbols carved into Akshobhya’s robe. The artisan took over one year to complete this masterpiece Akshobhya.
The Masterpiece Akshobhya statue sits in Bhumisparsha mudra because he is calling the “earth goddess” to witness the vanquishment of evil. Akshobhya is one of the only Buddhas to exhibit this mudra besides Shakyamuni Buddha.
Additionally, Akshobhya is the guardian of the eastern direction and his pure land is first referenced in 147 A.C.E. The “Scripture of the Buddha Land Akshobhya” is the oldest known Pure Land text. Furthermore. his Pure Land is called Abhirati which means “the joyous” in English and he is one of the Five Dhyani Buddhas.
When Akshobhya Buddha was still a monk he vowed to never feel anger or malice toward any beings until he achieved Buddhahood. Akshobhya became successful and fulfilled his vow after many trials and tribulations. As a result, his unshakeable composure is comparable to a mirror reflection which is immutable. No matter how extreme the situation, Akshobhya will inspire devotees to view it with unwavering equanimity.