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Oxidized Copper 8″ Amitayus Statue (Made in Patan, Nepal)

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Statue Identity: Amitayus Statue, Dhyana Mudra
Product Dimensions: Height: 8″, Width: 6″, Depth: 4″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method
Production Materials: Oxidized Copper Alloy
Shipping Weight: 3000 grams approx.
Product Origin: Patan, Nepal
Currency: Singapore Dollar

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Antiquated Amitayus Statues

Amitayus represents the longevity attribute of the celestial Buddha, Amitabha. Our Amitayus statue sits in the full lotus position depicting the meditation mudra. Additionally, this Amitayus statue has been given an antiquated finish using an oxidized copper alloy.

Amitabha Buddha draws wide attention due to his realm Sukhavati which is a feature of Pure Land Buddhism. Although there are several other Buddhas who have their own “pure lands” Sukhavati is by far the most widely recognized by devotees.

Use Amitayus Statues for Longevity Rituals

Amitayus statues are an important component in longevity rituals which are performed in the hopes of prolonging life. During the rituals a replica of his ambrosia vase is filled with wine. After the wine is consecrated it is given to devotees who partake of it. Additionally, there are pills which are symbolically recreated from buttered dough and they are also consumed with the wine in hopes of receiving longevity.

Origins of Amitayus Statues

The origin of all Amitayus statues is Amitabha Buddha, in fact they can be considered one in the same. Amitayus is Amitabha but in different form. The venerable Amitabha began his journey into Buddhism as a prince who renounced his kingdom to pursue life as an ascetic. As a result, he had a similar experience to Shakyamuni Buddha who also renounced his kingdom for the same reason.

Amitabha then became the bodhisattva Dharmakara who accumulated infinite merit during his countless bodhisattva lifetimes. In fact, the name Amitabha actually means “infinite light”. Click here to learn more about Amitabha Buddha.

World Class Master Craftsman

Our Buddha statues and bodhisattva statues are all crafted using the traditional lost wax method. The master craftsman we work with in Patan, Nepal have passed down their knowledge of metal casting for centuries. As a result, the best craftsman have retained the secrets of their methods passed down to other caste members for generations.

We want you to have the best online shopping experience possible. Our Amitayus statues ship worldwide to any destination and will arrive within 7-10 working days. Our statues are made with the best materials possible and therefore they will last for many lifetimes.

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Amitayus Statue Made In Patan Nepal