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Gautama Buddha going for Arms Round Statue

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Prince Siddhartha who denounced the future Universal Monarchy decided to go forth looking for the cessation of suffering. Once he attained the Supreme Enlightenment, the Buddha preferred to go for arms round looking for food with a noble and compassionate intention of preaching the Noble Truth the Blessed One realized. This 2.5’ high statue made of a medicinal wood is an own original idea of our artist. Portrays the compassion and the dedication of Supreme Buddha to teach the teaching to end the suffering. It is believed that this is the one and only statue available in this kind.

 

Gautama Buddha: (Also known as Gautama Supreme Buddha, Siddhārtha Gautama, Shakyamuni, The Blessed One or The Buddha) was a sage who lived in India around 563 BCE, and is the founder of Buddhism. Gautama Buddha became enlightened at the age of 35 by eradicating all taints and defilements such as craving, hatred and delusion from his mind without anyone's help. For 45 years, until the attainment of Nibbana (passing away), Gautama Buddha taught the path that leads to happiness through the cessation of suffering. Millions of ascetic and lay followers of Gautama Buddha found their ways to this true happiness by following His teachings. Even today, several hundreds of millions of people across the world venerate Gautama Buddha and his teachings, and train their minds to eradicate craving, hatred and delusion in order to reach this true happiness. Gautama Buddha is also an extremely kind and peaceful religious leader.


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Customers are encouraged to use purchased artwork associated with The Buddha to cultivate harmony, peace, calmness and veneration. Customers may also use them for home decoration in accordance with proper respect granted to a religious leader.

If you're intending to use them for any of the prohibited uses stated above please do not purchase them. This Condition is applicable to any portrayal of a religious leader on this website wherever indicated in individual products.

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