Natural Sandalwood Buddha Idol
Sandalwood is synonymous with great carvings and a great scent. The tree is used for thousands of years as a source for an exotic fragrance and as a raw material for expensive artworks, usually beautiful Buddha Statues and other religious items are made from this special wood.
The Buddha of Enlightenment is the founder of Buddhism, also known as “The Awakened One”. The Buddha while fasting under the Bodhi Tree attained Nirvana, or the ultimate form of divine knowledge.
In this statue the Buddha sits on the lotus. Lotuses are symbols of purity and ‘spontaneous’ generation and hence symbolize divine birth, ‘the spirit of the best of men is spotless, like the new lotus in the [muddy] water which does not adhere to it’, and the heart of the beings is like an unopened lotus: when the virtues of the Buddha develop therein the lotus blossoms. This is why the Buddha sits on a lotus in bloom.
One striking feature in this figure is showing the Buddha with elongated earlobes: these are to remind us that the Buddha was once a prince who wore a great deal of jewellery including heavy earrings which stretched out his earlobes. Although he gave up the wearing of any jewellery when he gave up his life of luxury, his earlobes remained elongated.
The figure is placed on a wooden base.
A Gautama Buddha Idol alleviates suffering and brings purity to the soul by improving your karmic flow, which contributes to a better universe.
SKU Code: – SWFBuddha12SNNNN
Length: – 5.5 inches approx. and 6.5 inches with the base.
Width:- 2 inches approx. and 2.5 inches with base.
Height: – 12 inches approx. and 14 inches with base
Weight: – 925 gms approx.
Original Price: – INR
Sale Price : – INR 59000.00/-
Stock: – 1 piece available
Shipping: – Can be shipped in 4-5 days.
Natural marks and cracks are possible on the statue owing to the natural characteristics of the sandalwood.
Natural fissures, if any, in the statue are duly filled and polished. Fissure marks may be visible in the statue if observed very closely.
These fissures or cracks, DO NOT indicate that the figure is broken or repaired. These develop due to the natural occurrence or tendency of the natural characteristics of the sandalwood.