Our Nepali master artisan created our beautiful Aparmita 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 the delusion of attachment into the wisdom of discernment. The color red is often worn by other deities to pay tribute to Amitabha Buddha. This Aparmita statue will wear the adornments very well and they will inspire all those who lay their eyes on your new statue.
Longevity Rituals of Aparmita Statues
Our Aparmita statue with consort has a very close affiliation with Amitabha Buddha. This is because Aparmita is the sambhogakaya embodiment of Amitabha when he is appearing as his longevity attribute. As a result, an Aparmita statue is usually the centerpiece of longevity rituals that are performed for devotees who wish for longer life.
As part of the ritual, A replica of his ambrosia vase is filled with spirits or beer and it is consecrated. Additionally, small pills that are made of buttered dough are included as part of the ritual. These pills are to be consumed with the consecrated wine during the ritual. However, for the ritual to be effective devotees must have unequivocal faith in the legitimacy of the ritual and of Amitabha’s longevity attribute. If so, the ritual can effectively prolong their lives. Click here to learn more about the longevity attribute of Amitabha Buddha.
Aparmita Statue with Consort Features
Our Aparmita Buddha statue with consort is depicted in full lotus pose sitting on a single lotus pedestal. Additionally, Aparmita holds the ambrosia vessel on his lap and it is filled with the nectar of immortality. The ambrosia vase sits in the palm of his right hand. The hands of Aparmita are depicting the Dhyana or “meditation” mudra. This mudra is very significant in Buddhism because it is believed to enhance concentration during the practice of meditation. The Dhyana mudra is also commonly depicted by statues of Amitabha Buddha.
Additional features of our Aparmita statue include the elegantly carved crown and jewels of the bodhisattva. Also, Aparmita is featured with the Ushnisha topknot and blue hair. The color blue is very significant in Buddhism because meditating on the color blue has special effects. The effects are that anger and ill will can be transformed into wisdom. This is a very strong belief of Tibetan Buddhists.