A statue representing the Buddha as Akshobhya from the finer workshops of Nepal.
This statue is made of copper and is perfect in its workmanship.
Because the perspective reduction and the accuracy of detail have undoubtedly succeeded, this statue can serve the practicing Buddhist as a meditation object.
Body and lotus are of one piece.
The deep and perfect engraving makes this statue a unique masterpiece.
The Lotus can be opened and filled completely flat at the bottom.
This statue is made in the "lost mold" casting process and is therefore unique and can not be found again.
It has been created by several artists, a thoroughly successful artistic masterpiece from Nepal's workshops.
The grace and presence of the statue calms the senses of the beholder.
The details are very well worked out and the perspective reduction has undoubtedly succeeded.
One color oxidend finished, a very fine, made with love unique
The name Akshobhya means "unshakeable", "firmly inwardly resting".
Akshobhya's "mirror-like wisdom" reflects things calmly, calmly, and unbiasedly.
According to legend, Akshobhya was a Bodhisattva who made the vow
Meditation without the slightest anger and the slightest disgust for one
Living beings of any kind to practice.
He proved unwavering in keeping his vow and realized the Buddhahood after a practice of infinite duration.
Weight: 2.365 kg • Height: 25.5 cm • Depth: 15 cm • Width: 20.5 cm
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