Buddhist Mandala of Shakyamuni Buddha is handpainted on cotton canvas by Nepali mandala artist living in Bhaktapur. The size of this mandala is 46 x 46cm and its weight is 0.1kg.
Shakyamuni Buddha is presented at the center of the mandala. The Sanskrit word ‘Buddha’ means ‘to have become awoken,’ in the sense of achieving supreme consciousness.’ It’s related to the term ‘Bodhi,’ which means ‘consciousness.’ Gautama’s tranquil and beautiful visage encapsulates a state of compassionate knowledge, an awakened illuminated mind.
This contrasts sharply with many Western notions of outward pride, muscular vigor, and displays of material affluence. Gautama Shakyamuni was born in Lumbini, Nepal, around 563 BCE. He focused on the cardinal Rule of Desire and its connection to hatred.
Shakyamuni Buddha Mantra
The Shakyamuni Buddha Mantra is Om Muni Muni Mahamuni Shakya Munie Soha.