5" The Blue-Robed Bhaishajyaguru In Brass | Handmade | Made In India

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A little-known form of the Buddha, the Bhaishajyaguru is the medicine-man of Tibetan folklore. A healing monk, His iconography is identical to that of the traditional, more popular dhyani Buddha, with the exception of some elements. From a wide-topped lotus pedestal to accommodate the signature Padmasana, to the contemplative countenance of the Shakyamuni, visualisation of the Bhaishajyaguru is in itself a healing process.
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Item Code: ZBH39
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Brass Statue with Inlay
5.5 inch x 3.5 inch x 2.5 inch
860 gm
Handmade
Handmade
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Shipped to 153 countries
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The elements of exception lie in the Buddha’s hands. In His right hand is a sprig of myrobalan, and a unique medicinal potion in the pot on the palm of His left hand. The myrobalan is crucial to Tibetan medical folklore - it occurs in seven different types in nature, and is the only herb capable of healing somatic disease stemming from conflict at the psychic level (dukha). The healing potion in the pot comprises three nectars - one that cures disease, one that cures death, and one that reverses senescence.

Bhaishajyaguru is traditionally clad in a blue robe, specifically the colour of lapis lazuli as described in the sootras. In this fine brass sculpture, the robe is made of inlaid bits of richly coloured resin. The same is superimposed on the finely finished, gold-coloured skin of the Lord. From the long earblobes and the contemplative countenance, to the healing elements in His hands, this work of art promises to have a healing and calming effect within your space.



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