Dimension(HWL): 18 x 12 x 12 inch
Height: 1.5 ft
Lord Gautama Buddha, the pioneer of Buddhism. Teaches the world how to escape the suffering of the world. Lord Buddha’s head illustrates his aspects of life with many significance. His head looks covered with curly hair, actually was not the hair, it’s the hundred eight snails. During the time he left his palace he shaved his head when he was sat under the Bodhi tree and started to meditate, the sun rays were directed towards his head, a snail passing by noticed this, and realized that the hot rays soon will distract him and lose his concentration so he went up to his head and sat there, seeing this others snails also followed him and all of them sat there to provide cooling his bare head skin with their lubricated body. Later in the evening when Lord Buddha was standing from his meditation, he noticed 108 snails on his head who gave up his life to achieve his enlightenment without distraction. That’s why we always displays the head with snails reminding of their sacrifice.
His semi closed eyes illustrates his awaken of inner as well as outer world. His long ear lobes represent his ability to hear the suffering of the world, his dot of forehead illustrates third eye of wholeness. His smirk smile depicts the understanding of the real universe in spite of the suffering.
His life long teaching was based on finding out the sorrow or suffering and the way to escape it. His teaching include four noble path, the middle path between the extreme. and eighth fold path.
Create a tranquil and serene energy in your home or office with the Buddha head statue. In today’s life full of hectic, the statue bring placid and balanced energy with our inner self. A must have piece to add in your space.
Placement: Make a space among your tiny garden of your balcony for the Buddha head statue. You can place on the console or side board with few more figurines or between lamps. Consider it on the shelf and in corridor upon a table. A perfect gifting option for your dear ones.
Care: Dust the surface with a cloth or broom periodically to ward off dust.