Namo Amitabha Buddha Statue is made in Nepal by statue artists. Amitabha Buddha’s foundations are identical to those of Shakyamuni, the first Buddha. The Amitabha symbolism is calming, and the Amitabha pure realm of “Sukhavati” is all-encompassing.
Devotees can seek the help of Amitabha Buddha and other bodhisattvas to relieve the pain produced by this marvelous vehicle. They only need to say his name or the Amitabha mantra. He’s in the lotus position, dressed in monk robes, holding the nectar of immortality in a bowl, his hands folded and facing up in meditation mudra (samadhi).
His black hair, which has hundreds of curls and a cranial bulge, is one of the Buddha’s most distinguishing features.