Bodhisattva Tibetan Statue is made in Nepal by statue artists. The size of this statue is 16 x 12 x 7cm and its weight is 0.696kg. The material used to make this statue is Copper.
Boddhisattva is enlightened beings who have refused to enter Nirvana or who have refused to help all other sentient beings achieve enlightenment. Avalokitesvara who is known as the god of compassion, and Manjushree, the god of knowledge are two of the most well-known Bodhisattvas.
The Buddha is frequently shown as being more austere and introspective than the Bodhisattvas. They forego their personal redemption and immediate entry into nirvana in order to devote all of their power and energy to saving the world’s suffering beings. Bodhisattvas are frequently depicted with costly jewelry, exquisite clothes, and graceful poses as the deity of mercy.
|Size||16 x 12 x 7cm|