Fully Gold Plated Vairocana Buddha Statue
Vairocana Buddha, the Supreme Buddha, is a central figure in Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism.
Vairocana represents the ultimate nature of reality and is less commonly depicted in statues. Typically portrayed in a Dharmachakra mudra, symbolizing the continuous turning of the wheel of dharma, Vairocana embodies wisdom and enlightenment. As the central or primordial Buddha, Vairocana symbolizes the interconnectedness of all things and the ultimate nature of reality in Buddhist philosophy and practice.
Size : 5.5"H X 4"W X 2.1"D
Weight : 555 grams approx
Some precautions you should keep in mind when cleaning gold statues.
• In the case of gold painted on face, do not touch or not to clean with cold water. Gently wipe the dust with soft cotton.
• Do not use scrubbing cloths that are highly abrasive. Similarly, avoid using steel wool or metal bristled brushes as they will leave scratches on the surface of the Statue.
• Try avoiding touching gold statues too much. Oil from your hands can hasten the tarnishing process and reduce the life of your gold objects.