Bhumisparsha Mudra Buddha
Product Id
BEJ-161B
Description
This buddha sat in lotus is represented in the position Bhumisparsha Mudra, literally " Mudra of the grip of the earth with witness ". The right hand clocks towards the ground, fingers touch the ground whereas the palm of the left hand is turned to the sky. In his last meditation before the awakening, Buddha undergoes the attacks of Mara, personification of the evil, which tried to interrupt his meditation by denying the reality of the awakening of the Buddha, deducing that there was no witness. This one touched then the ground, to call it in to witness.
Dimensions
H20 x D10 x W13 cm
Material
Brass
Origin
China Beijing
Age
2016
Price
120.00 €
 
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Buddhism At least 300 million people around the world are practicing Buddhists and it is estimated that perhaps another 300 million people practice a Chinese folk or traditional religion which is a mix of various religious beliefs including Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Buddhism is considered by some to be the fourth-largest religion in the world, behind Christianity, Islam and Hinduism, but in some countries, including China, Vietnam and North Korea, it is difficult to know how many people consider themselves to be Buddhists. Buddhist beliefs have also influenced Western Read more
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