Wooden art is one of the oldest arts of mankind and is a common form to all cultures from stone age onwards. This large Buddha sculpture is carved in a superfine wood quality in a dual tone with a glossy touch. Buddha sits in padmasana on a stylized pedestal having beautifully carved petals at the circumference. He is the sole founder of the popular religion Buddhism as a result of his extreme hardships on the path of attaining enlightenment; perched in Vitarka mudra representing the discussion and transmission of the teachings of the Buddha.
Garbed in a supremely pleated robe that hangs in a circular motion along his neck line, passing through his shoulders. The sculptor has flaunted the robe in a mesmerizing view forming loose crimps from top to bottom in an ease. The countenance of composure is aptly reflected on his face with the high and sleek eyebrows meeting his nose. This large Buddha forms a great ornamentation to decorate large complexes of hotel and office entrance and corners. The fineness and sharpness of this sculpture enhances its charm and flamboyance.