Dimension(HWL): 18 x 11 x 11 inch
A prince named Siddhartha Gautama was born with affluence and deep pockets. But when he confronted the world of suffering he Make his tracks in search of freedom from that suffering of the universe. Only at the age of twenty-nine, he cast around the answer of his quest which he finally enlightened at the age of thirty-five, the first person who searches, discovers, and teaches about the awakening of the soul known as “Buddha”. The trailblazer of Buddhism.
Lord Buddha himself is known as the awakened soul. His statue has come with many postures like reclining, meditative, earth touching, but if notice his head is always been the same feature with several postures of physic. His head covered with 108 nails who gave up their life to save him from the hot rays of the son is a symbol of sacrifice. The dot on the forehead is known as the eye of consciousness, the supernatural ability to see the world. The half-closed eyes depict the meditative state as well as his ability to see the inner self as well as the outer universe. The smirk smile which he always wears on his face illustrates the awakening of the universe despite suffering. His long ears depict he can hear the suffering and pain.
Buddha the name itself presents the embodiment of peace. Keep in mind to face him east, always where ever you place him. As he is the epitome of wisdom and knowledge so it is very beneficial to keep the head of Buddha in the study and kids’ room.
Placement: Place him among the pots of your beautiful balcony garden. Place him on the console table or sideboards with a few other figurines or you can opt to place him in the middle between two similar lamps. The shelf in your living room can also be a good option to showcase the head statue. Don’t forget to consider one of these pieces as a gifting option for our loved ones.
Care: Sandstone is material that does not need much care, you need a cloth or brush to dust the surface, enough to keep the dirt away from the statue.