“If a traveller does not meet with one who is his better, or his equal, let him firmly keep to his solitary journey; there is no companionship with a fool.”
Lord Buddha’s head is generally portrayed as round, youthful, charming and sweet looking with a warm, peaceful smile spread across his lips. Buddha heads are crafted to represent the vast wealth of knowledge he possesses. The ushnisha, a large cranial bump on the head which represents the knowledge and wisdom the Buddha attained after being enlightened, the urna, a small hairy bump between the eyes of the Buddha which symbolizes the supernatural vision that the Buddha has, the long ears signify the wealth he had during his life as a prince and the curly hair of the Buddha represent the nobility he possesses.
The price for gaining peace and happiness is not much so bring this statuette home to feel at comfort and peace.