Shakya Muni Buddha

Shakya Muni Buddha

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( 52 x 68 cm )

This painting shows the life of Buddha. Buddha was born a prince in Lumbini, Nepal in the Terai lowlands near the foothills of the Himalayas. He was a member of the Sakyas clan. His father, Suddhodana, was king of the

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This painting shows the life of Buddha. Buddha was born a prince in Lumbini, Nepal in the Terai lowlands near the foothills of the Himalayas. He was a member of the Sakyas clan. His father, Suddhodana, was king of the clan. His mother was named Maya. Life Of Buddha shows all the stages of his life.

It is a type of Buddha Mandala called Shakyamuni Buddha mandala. In Shakyamuni Buddha Mandala we can see a picture of Buddha sitting in a meditative position. Depending on paintings, the Buddha might sit in Lotus position or in a meditative position. The central Buddha is seen surrounded by Arhats.

 

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