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Buddha is the ultimate superhuman in Buddhism, who attained enlightenment by his immense and continuous meditation; he is the founder of the Buddhist culture of Tibet. Buddha In Dhyana Statue Carved in the superfine Gambhar wood from Bodh Gaya, Lord Buddha Statue sits here on a dual-layered lotus pedestal in padmasana, and hands in dhyana mudra rest on his laps. The smooth and sharp texture of the
Buddha is the ultimate superhuman in Buddhism, who attained enlightenment by his immense and continu
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An accumulator of positive vibes and a symbol of happiness, Laughing Buddha is a giver of good luck, contentment, and abundance. The sweet plum face with the ever-charming smile gives good vibes and fortune without any expectations. Every Laughing Buddha posture and accessory defines a different meaning and relieves you of your financial worries and stress-free life. This brass Laughing Buddha scu
An accumulator of positive vibes and a symbol of happiness, Laughing Buddha is a giver of good luck,
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The idea that all things are transient is central to Buddhist teaching. Loss and impermanence are things to be accepted rather than causes of grief. The Buddha’s Parinirvana was a moment of great triumph as well as sorrow, for it marked the Buddha’s release from the cycle of rebirth. This wood statue of Buddha depicts the Parinirvana in a highly abbreviated, almost emblematic fashion. The enli
The idea that all things are transient is central to Buddhist teaching. Loss and impermanence are th
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It is at Bodh Gaya that the erstwhile Shakyamuni attained Buddhahood. For years together He remained seated under the Bodhi tree, steeped in seedless contemplation or samadhi of the highest order. There he had arrived after decades of asceticism and mendicancy and austerities, a life diametrically opposite to the one His father the King Suddhodana had given Him. There is no place like Bodh Gaya, a
It is at Bodh Gaya that the erstwhile Shakyamuni attained Buddhahood. For years together He remained
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