Fully Gold Plated 5.75" Tomba Shakyamuni Statue, Hand Carved Crystal - Gallery
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Gold Plated 5.75″ Tomba Shakyamuni Statue, Hand Carved Crystal

$446.00

Statue Identity: Shakyamuni Buddha, Tomba
Product Dimensions: Height: 5.75″, Width: 4″, Depth: 2.5″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method, Hand Carved Crystal, Electroplated
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, Crystal, Gold
Shipping Weight: 1500 grams approx.

This beautiful Tomba Shakyamuni statue was created by the Nepali artisans using the traditional lost wax sculpting method. As a result, the statue has finely hand carved engravings on the robe and pedestal. Additionally, the face, body and alms bowl of the statue are carved from crystal which gives the statue a unique attribute for contemplation.

For many centuries the Nepali artisans have been the preferred source for statues and ritual items used by the Tibetan monasteries. As a result, when you purchase our Tomba Shakyamuni statue rest assured you have procured a monastic quality statue. 

Tomba Shakyamuni Statue Meaning

The meaning of Buddha statues is found in the gestures that they display with their hands. These hand mudras reveal the meaning and identity of Buddha statues. Tomba Shakyamuni Buddha is the Buddha of our time, he discovered the Dharma on his own. Additionally, he taught his wisdom to sentient life.

Our Tomba Shakyamuni statue is depicting the Bhumisparsha “earth touching” mudra. This is a unique mudra that is mostly exclusive to Tomba Shakyamuni. The Bhumisparsha mudra is depicted with the right hand draped over the right knee with the palm flat and facing inward. Also, the fingers are lightly touching the ground. This mudra was depicted as he was on the verge of enlightenment under the Bodhi tree.

Furthermore, his left hand is resting in his lap with the palm facing upwards and there is an alms bowl resting in the palm of his hand. This is known as the Dhyana “meditation” mudra. It is a symbol of meditation and can be depicted with or without the alms bowl. However, the alms bowl symbolically holds the three nectars to eliminate the three poisons – ignorance, greed and hatred. Click here to learn more about Tomba Shakyamuni Buddha.

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