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RAJ MUNI SHAKYA Goldplated Colored Medicine Buddha Statue 14.5"H

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This is a fully gold plated hand-painted copper statue of Meditating Medicine Buddha sitting on a Double Lotus.

The Medicine Buddha is seated on a double lotus as platform, holds a vase in his left hand and meditating calmly. The fine details of the statue brings added beauty to the statue.

The artist who made this statue is now a forth generation statue maker and is extremely talented which can be seen in the fine, intricate and smooth details of the statue.

The Medicine Buddha, known as Bhaiṣajyaguru in Sanskrit, is a revered figure in Mahayana Buddhism, particularly in Tibetan and East Asian traditions. Representing healing and the alleviation of suffering, the Medicine Buddha is often depicted in blue, holding a jar of medicinal nectar and a healing plant. Devotees invoke the Medicine Buddha's blessings for physical well-being, mental clarity, and spiritual healing, believing in his ability to guide them towards a state of wholeness and inner peace.

Medicine Buddha Mantra is
Om Bekandze Bekandze Maha Bekandze
Radza Samudgate Soha

The Mantra means:
Do away with illness. Do away with illness.
Do away with the great illness of
the ignorance of our True Nature.

Size : 14.5" H x 12" W x 9.5" D
Weight : 5855 grams approx

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