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Beautiful brass Buddha Statues from around the world.
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Lord Buddha granting Abhaya.
This statue is made from brass and has a stunning copper / gold colour. Click on photo to see more images.
This Mudra (hand gesture) is called the Protection Buddha.
Depicting the Abhaya mudra with the right palm flat and faces forward away from the body. Additionally, his left hand is always in Dhyana “meditation” mudra.
The mudra signifies protection and overcoming.
It represents both reassurance and fearlessness. Protection Buddha statues presenting the Abhaya mudra represent important fundamental concepts of Buddhism.
Measures: 34.5 cms tall x 29.5 cms wide (approx)
Made from brass with silver then decorated with lapis, coral and turquoise colour.
Measures: 23 high x 22 wide centimetres
Beautiful Medicine Buddha StatueGold Plated.
A lovely statue made from brass and has gold plating. Click on photo to see more / has dorje on base with space to place mantras inside.
Shakyamuni Buddha is known as the great physician because he has taught the Dharma which is the antidote to the sickness of suffering within Samsara.It is believed that the Four Noble Truths laid down by him are based on the ancient medical formula of diagnosis, cause, prognosis, and treatment.His right palm facing outwards, and offering, in a gesture of generosity, a stem of the myrobalan plant. This is a healing fruit well known in Tibetan medicine.
Measures: 7.8 x 6 centimetres
Not sure of the name of this Deity.
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Made from brass in Inda.
Measures approx 15 cms tall.
Has removable base so you can place mantras inside.
Chenrezig - Spiritual emodimentof the Dalai Lama
Chenrezig (Spiritual Representation of His Holiness, The Dali Lama)The Bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig to Tibetans) He is saluted in a common Tibetan prayer as "The holy Avalokiteshvara, who has the thousand arms of the thousand universal monarchs, the thousand eyes of the thousand Buddhas of this good eon, and who manifests whatsoever is appropriate.
Measures:8.8 x 7 centimeres
Postage $9.95 within Australia
Made In NepalBrass Statue - Gold Plated
A beautiful Brass Medicine Buddha Statue / gold plated.
Made with much care in Nepal, Ideal gift for the Buddhist in your family or circle of friends.
Has removable base so you can place your Mantras inside.
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Measures: 54 x 37 millimetres
Great detailbeautiful finish
Chenrezig (Spiritual Representation of His Holiness, The Dali Lama)The Bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig to Tibetans)
These brass statues are made by Buddhist & Hindu people in India with much care and respect given to each religious Image
This beautiful Chenrezig statue is made from brass / silver plated and covered in lapis, coral and turquoise colour tiles, bringing it to life right before your very eyes. Magnificent and a treasure to behold.
Measures: 35.5 x 23 centimetres (approx)
Weighs 50 kilogramsBrass statue from India
Medicine BuddhaShakyamuni Buddha is known as the great physician because he has taught the Dharma which is the antidote to the sickness of suffering within samsara.It is believed that the Four Noble Truths laid down by him are based on the ancient medical formula of diagnosis, cause, prognosis, and treatment.His right palm facing outwards, and offering, in a gesture of generosity, a stem of the myrobalan plant. This is a healing fruit well known in Tibetan medicine.Measures 99 x 64 x 43 centimetres
These brass Buddha statues were made using the "Lost Wax Method" by Buddhist & Hindu people in India with much care and respect given to each religious Image
A beautiful statue made in India by Buddhist's with much care and devotion.
This Buddha would be a great addition for the collector or for a Temple, shrine or home altar.
Amitabha was a king who renounced his kingdom to become a monk, he practiced dilligently and realized enlightenment and became a Buddha.
Measures: 36.5 cms tall x 14 cms wide
Amitabha symbolizes mercy and wisdom and is also known as the Buddha of Long Life
A magnificient statue of Amitabha, cast in India with much care and respect.
A beautiful dazzling statue in natural brass.
Amitabha was a king who renounced his kingdom to become a monk, he practiced dilligently and realized enlightenment and became a Buddha.He symbolizes mercy and wisdom and is also known as the Buddha of Long Life
Measures: 36.5 cms tall x 14 cms wide
Large StandingBrass Buddha
Mudras are a non-verbal mode of communication and self-expression, consisting of hand gestures and finger-postures. They are symbolic sign based finger patterns taking the place, but retaining the efficacy of the spoken word, and are used to evoke in the mind ideas symbolizing divine powers or the deities themselves. The composition of a mudra is based on certain movements of the fingers; in other words, they constitute a highly stylized form of gestureal communication. It is an external expression of 'inner resolve', suggesting that such non-verbal communications are more powerful than the spoken word.A mudra is used not only to illustrate and emphasize the meaning of an esoteric ritual. It also gives significance to a sculptural image, a dance movement, or a meditative pose, intensifying their potency. In its highest form, it is a magical art of symbolical gestures through which the invisible forces may operate on the earthly sphere.Here the Buddha, standing upon a doubly auspicious lotus pedestal, makes with his right hand the Abhaya Mudra. Abhaya in Sanskrit means fearlessness. Thus this mudra symbolizes protection, peace, and the dispelling of fear. It is made with the right hand raised to shoulder height, the arm crooked, the palm of the hand facing outward, and the fingers upright and joined. In Thailand and Laos, this mudra is associated with the movement of the walking Buddha (also called 'the Buddha placing his footprint'). It is nearly always used in images showing the Buddha upright, either immobile with the feet joined, or walking (as in this case).This mudra, which initially appears to be a natural gesture, was probably used from prehistoric times as a sign of good intentions - the hand raised and unarmed proposes friendship, or at least peace; since antiquity, it was also a gesture asserting power, as with the magna manus of the Roman Emperors who legislated and gave peace at the same time.Buddhist tradition itself has an interesting legend behind this mudra:Devadatta, a cousin of the Buddha, through jealousy caused a schism to be caused among the disciples of Buddha. As Devadatta's pride increased, he attempted to murder the Buddha. One of his schemes involved loosing a rampaging elephant into the Buddha's path. But as the elephant approached him, Buddha displayed the Abhaya mudra, which immediately calmed the animal. Accordingly, it indicates not only the appeasement of the senses, but also the absence of fear.With his left hand the Buddha makes the Varada mudra, which symbolizes charity, compassion and boon-granting. This mudra is rarely used alone, but usually in combination with another made with the right hand, most often the Abhaya mudra, as in this sculpture. This combination of Abhaya and Varada mudras is called Segan Semui-in or Yogan Semui-in in Japan.all of our Buddha Images have been blessed by Monks visiting us
Measures: 4.25 feet x 1.3 ft x 1 ft
With Bell & DorjeLarge Brass Statue
An early development in Indian Buddhist iconography was the 'Crowned Buddha.' In these images the Buddha is not shown wearing the monk's robe and the close-cropped hair of a mendicant, but the diadem-crown and jewelled ornaments of a king. This iconographic type were extremely popular in the Bodhgaya region during the Pala period, and from there this unique aesthetic ideal later migrated to Tibet and Nepal.
The Crowned Buddha symbolizes the Beatific Body (Sambhogakaya) form of Buddha. Among the Three Bodies of the Buddha, the Emanation Body (Nirmanakaya), the Beatific Body (Sambhogakaya), and the Truth Body (Dharmakaya), this represents the manifestation of the Buddha visible to those of greatly purified mind, such as tenth-stage Bodhisattvas. This form was made especially important in Tibet from the first Great Prayer Festival in 1409. Measures: 86 x 58 x 41 centimetres (34 x 23 x 16 Inches)
Turquoise, lapis& red coral chips
Buddha seated cross legged with his bowl in hands. His robe is decorated with turquoise and red coral chips.