Buddhist Statue of Standing Lokeshvara is made in Nepal by statue artists. In Sukhavati Heaven, he is usually seen standing to the right of Buddha Amitabha. He is depicted in a reddish hue.
In his left hand, he holds a lotus flower, and in his right hand, he makes the varada mudra. On his shoulders, he wears an antilope skin. He wears all of the bodhisattva’s ornaments, which represent his enlightened experiences.
His hair is tied in a top knot and he wears a crown. It is occasionally obscured by an effigy of Amitabha Buddha. Padmapani is white when there is no effigy of Amitabha Buddha in the crown of Padmapani.
|Size||25 x 9 x 9cm|
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