Samantabhadra Traditional Statue

Samantabhadra Traditional Statue

$100

Samantabhadra Traditional Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 0. 102  kg and the size is 6 x 3 x 4cm.

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Samantabhadra Traditional Statue is made in Nepal by master statue artists. The weight of the statue is 0. 102  kg and the size is 6 x 3 x 4cm.

The material used to make this statue is Copper Gold Plated. In Mahayana Buddhism, Samantabhadra is a bodhisattva who represents benevolence or happiness. Samantabhadra is one of the oldest & among the most complex Buddhism because of its simplicity & because the figures bear no symbolic objects (accouterments) which otherwise define the form. Yet most people realize that there is some profound underlying meaning behind the form.

Samantabhadra Mantra

The Samantabhadra mantra is OM SAMANTABHADRA MAHAMETTA HUM.

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Weight 0.102 kg
Dimensions 3 × 6 cm

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