This is a Copper Statue of five dhyaani Buddhas. The artist who made this statue is a forth generation statue maker and is a master craftsman. The ...View full details
This is a unique copper statue of Shakyamuni Buddha handmade and hand painted in Nepal. Shakyamuni Buddha is seated in Dhyana Asana or Meditative ...View full details
This is a Copper oxidized Shakyamuni Buddha Statue which sits on a single lotus asana. This statue is shiny brown in finish. Shakyamuni Buddha Sta...View full details
This is a Golden faced Copper Statue of Amitabh Buddha sitting on a lotus. The statue is fully carved with dotted pattern and lined with floral mot...View full details
This is a beautifully crafted Green Tara Statue. This copper oxidized statue is very intricately crafted in Kathmandu. This statue is a high qualit...View full details
This is a 5.2 inch high fully gold Plated Statue of Healing Buddha. This statue is gold plated. The robe of Buddha is extensive carved along the ed...View full details
This is a Copper Statue of Amitabh Buddha sitting on a lotus. The statue is fully carved with dotted pattern and lined with floral motifs and is hi...View full details
This is a Copper Statue of Amitabh Buddha sitting on a lotus. The statue is mystified by the golden face paint which is the main highlight of this ...View full details
This is a 7.9 inch high copper statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. The statue is copper oxidized with gold painted face. The edge of the robe of Shakyamun...View full details
This is a handmade Copper oxidized Medicine Buddha. A dye is created by our master sculptor who specializes in creating various forms of Buddha. Hi...View full details
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It is important to remember that there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to the placement of a Buddha statue. As long as the Buddha statue is treated with respect, tranquility can be found by looking at the enlightened one.
In some countries, such as Thailand, it is considered bad form to place a Buddha statue on the ground. In these countries, the statues are often placed on short altars or tables. If a table is unavailable, then a shelf will work as well. In some Asian countries, a simple woven mat is considered enough.
You must also consider the purpose of your Buddha statue when deciding where to place it. If you are using the statue as a meditation aid, then you may want to consider placing it in a specific room, one that is quiet and peaceful. If you are using the statue to show devotion to the enlightened one, then you will want to follow a similar path, and ensure that the statue is placed in a peaceful place.
If you choose to place the statue near the entrance of your home, ensure that the statue faces inward. Doing this allows you to see the Buddha before leaving your house for the day. This reminder may help you recall the Buddha’s teachings throughout your day.