Nagarjuna Statue

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Nagarjuna Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 2.644 kg and the size is 24 x 22 x 13cm.

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Nagarjuna Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 2.644 kg and the size is 24 x 22 x 13cm.

The material used to make this statue is Brass. Nagarjuna was a Mahyna Buddhist thinker, scholar-saint, and philosopher who lived in India. He is usually regarded as one of the most influential Buddhist thinkers. Furthermore, according to Jan Westerhoff.

Nagarjuna is usually regarded as the creator of the Madhyamaka school of Buddhist philosophy, as well as a supporter of the Mahina movement. The most important text on the Madhyamaka doctrine of emptiness is his Mulamadhyamakakarika.

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Weight 2,644 kg
Dimensions 22 × 24 cm

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