‘Budh’ means to awaken from the materialistic aspects and have an open mindedness to the universal ideas. Here, Buddha sits in a Padmasana posture engaged in his dhyana. The uniqueness of this statue is the circular hollowness in the centre signifying the universe, without any impurities. Buddha is the one who has already achieved enlightenment; the empty space characterizes him as being far away from any contaminations and engaged only in a spiritual view to the worldly means.
The spiral dot placed on the forehead in the centre, called the urna, symbolizes the third eye that has the ability to see past the mundane universe of suffering. Full and ruptured, deep lines on the chest demonstrate a vivid essence of his divinity. This eccentric sculpture can enrapture a person with its adorned lores and glories.