Shakyamuni Buddha Statue Thron Electro Gold Plated Buddha Waiting Patina Finishing

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$1,800.00

SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA : BRIEF INTRODUCTION
The ancient Sanskrit word 'Buddha' means 'having become awoken ' in the sense of having attained 'supreme awareness'. It is closely related to term 'Bodhi' which refers to awareness. The serene & sublime image of Gautama embodies a condition of compassionate understanding, of an awoken illuminated mind. This is a stark contrast to many Western ideas of outward pride, muscular vigour & displays of material wealth. Gautama Shakyamuni was born c.563 BCE in Lumbini which is today in Nepal. He concentrated on the cardinal Rule of Desire & its relationship to hate. This Principle pre-existed his lifetime & is a theme common to Hinduism, Jainism & similar faiths. Desire is taken in the sense of greed, selfishness, possessiveness which combine to obscure higher awareness & understanding, especially in context with the world around us. He was certain that the suffering sick people, hungry people, old people & poor desperate people was caused by & had arisen through a misunderstanding & that misplaced-desire & had generated this suffering.

Size 85 x 63 x 43cm
Material Copper
Shipping Term :
FOB
Unit Of Measure:
Pcs
Package Weight:
18.00 kgs
Min Order Qty:
1
Max Order Qty:
1
Available Stock:
1
Seller Countries: Nepal

MAKING PROCESS: LOSS WAX SYSTEM
The Statue of Shakyamuni Buddha is made by the process of loss wax system, Loss wax system is the oldest process of making the metal sculptures. this is a very long and time-consuming process but the result we get is worth the time and the effort. Nepal is probably the only country still manufacturing the statue by this process. The statue of Avalokiteshvara | Chenrezig above is 100% handmade in Nepal, by the skill full artist from Patan.

FINISHING: FULL ELECTROPLATED
This is a modern and healthier medium of gold plating, here the gold plating is done by flowing electric current between two metals. This kind of gold plating is very cheap in comparison to the traditional fire Gold plating, but due to advances in the technology, the difference in the quality of gold plating between the two is decreasing.
In this process, the statue is first plated with silver, and then later plated with gold.
 
LOSS WAX SYSTEM
This is the Nepali handmade statue, Made by the process of los wax system with the skillful hands of Nepali crafts man from Patan a famous city inside Kathmandu valley popular for metal crafts.
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