A religious leader and a spiritual teacher, who took the path of facing the harsh realities leaving behind all his riches to attain enlightenment, Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism is worshipped as an extraordinary man by his followers. He sits here calmly in his usual padmasana posture with the left hand holding a begging bowl or an alms bowl, used as a practical object to collect money or food but symbolically it creates a balance between extreme austerity and complete attachment.
When you zoom in you will cherish the luxuriously carved robe that veils his body; having a thin pipe as the border and etched in four petalled flowers intermingled with each other in finite chains covering the whole field area. His right hand is in Bhumisparsha (touching the earth) mudra, as he allows the earth to witness his spiritual awakenings.
Available here in unique six colors of a soothing brown-gold, solid brown and silver blend, vibrant double chola, distinctive and ancient Indian cocoa, usual yellow-gold and a rare combination of green and copper called the patina gold. All the shades have a uniqueness of their own, moulded in sharp features of gentle lips, long arched eyes and a pointed nose, this sculpture will surely be an eye-catchy ornamentation to the house.