Standing Brass Mendicant Buddha Statue

Posted October 30, 2021 by exoticindiaart

A one-of-a-kind standing Buddha sculpture. Usually depicted as a seated figure nestled in the belly of a lotus, Siddhartha Gautama had a long past before He sat down at the foot of the Bodhi tree.
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A one-of-a-kind Standing Buddha Sculpture. Usually depicted as a seated figure nestled in the belly of a lotus, Siddhartha Gautama had a long past before He sat down at the foot of the Bodhi tree. He had spent years wandering the dense Himalayan foothills as an ascetic and the great Northern plains as a mendicant. The murti that you see on this page is of the wandering mendicant, seemingly just arrived at the door of a householder seeking bare nourishment.
A close-cropped lotus blooms beneath His unclad feet. With the left hand, He holds up a small alms bowl. The open palm of the right hand is indicative of aashirvada (blessing). Like the householder’s largesse to the ascetic, the renunciate’s blessing is indispensable to the householder. A long, lean silhouette could be divined from underneath the gossamer folds of the Buddha’s flowing robes. It is etched with smooth, widely spaced-out curves to bring out the beauty of His austere form.
This standing Buddha murti is available in a range of colors, each of which comes with overtones of gold at strategic points in the composition. Depending on where this may be installed, one could go for the tone that goes best with the mood of the space in question.

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Last Updated October 30, 2021