Borobudur Buddha


Size (L X W X H)

9 X 15 X 17 cm

Description :

The Dhyan a Mudra is the meditation posture, also called “samadi “or “yoga” pose. It also called Borobudur Buddha as it is imitated from Borobudur temple. This is the posture of meditation, of concentration (samadi) on the Dharma, and of the attainment of spiritual perfection. The Buddha’s gaze is serene, sitting in lotus position. The gesture is formed by placing the right  hand over the palm of the left hand, with tips of both thumbs touching lightly, hands represent enlightenment while the left hand represent Samsara, the word of illusions. This Mudra symbolizes the triumph over the world of illusion.

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