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Akshobhya - Shakyamuni - Tibetan Buddha Statue in premium quality 32 cm Sitting Fully Firegilded

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Handmade Tibetan Shakyamuni - Akshobhya Buddha Statue in premium quality. 32 cm heihgt, 3,350 kg weight, fully gold plated statue.

Made in cast-bronze, then fully gold plated and hand-painted on the face. Premium quality means a more elaborate statue with thicker gold plating.

The statue can have two different mappings, either as Shakyamuni or as Akshobhya. Only in colored representations (thangkas), there is a clear difference, in blue color it is Akshobhya and in gold-yellow color Skakyamuni.

To distinguish Shakyamuni from Gautama, Siddharta or Buddha from the earlier and future Buddhas, he is referred to as the lion of the Sakya lineage, the son of King Suddhodana and Queen Mayadevi. As Siddharta he was born in Lumbini in 563 BC. With the intention to find the cause of all suffering, he attained the enlightenment under a Bhodi tree after 6 years of fasting and meditating while breaking the fast. He worked for 45 years on the Indian subcontinent with his charitable teachings. Buddha died in the age of 80 years in Kushinagar. He is depicted with an alms bowl in his left hand, holding his right hand in the gesture of touching the earth (Bhumispasa).
His mantra is "Om Muni Muni Mahamuni Sakyamuni Svaha".

Akshobya, the Unyielding, is one of the 5 Dhyani Buddhas (meditation Buddhas). He helps meditators to overcome hatred and anger in wisdom. He looks east and with his right hand he touches the earth (Bhusparsa-Mudra) and his palm points inwards, in his left hand he holds a patra (almspot). His color is blue and his symbol is the vajra (Dorje). As an element he represents water and as a syllable "Hum". His mantra is "Om Akshobhya Hum".

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