The Pensive Lord Chenrezig Brass Statue
The Pensive Lord Chenrezig Brass Statue
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The Tibetan deity Chenrezig is the most untiring of the Bodhisattvas. With His thousand arms and thousand heads, He strives until space and time remains to free those of us in ihaloka (current realm of existence) of existential perpetuation and suffering. In this superb sculpture of the Lord Chenrezig, He is depicted in a rudimentary bhadrasana. The plenitude of limb and head is invisible to us mandadhikaris (low-rung devotees). Note the angulature of His long torso and the suppleness of His limbs: with such a lifelike stance, the form of the Lord irreversibly draws in the devotee. The typical robe of Buddhist deities bares one shoulder and features dense embroidery from the navel downwards.

Chenrezig Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/10-pensive-lord-chenrezig-in-brass-handmade-made-in-india-zds16/

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The Tibetan deity Chenrezig is the most untiring of the Bodhisattvas. With His thousand arms and thousand heads, He strives until space and time remains to free those of us in ihaloka (current realm of existence) of existential perpetuation and suffering. In this superb sculpture of the Lord Chenrezig, He is depicted in a rudimentary bhadrasana. The plenitude of limb and head is invisible to us mandadhikaris (low-rung devotees). Note the angulature of His long torso and the suppleness of His limbs: with such a lifelike stance, the form of the Lord irreversibly draws in the devotee. The typical robe of Buddhist deities bares one shoulder and features dense embroidery from the navel downwards.

Chenrezig Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/10-pensive-lord-chenrezig-in-brass-handmade-made-in-india-zds16/

Buddha Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/buddha/

Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/

#statue #buddhastatue #chenrezigstatue #brassstatue #buddhabrassstatue #chenrezigbrassstatue #bodhisattava #handmade #indianart