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Bronze Buddha sculpture



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Are you looking for Buddha sculptures? Then you’ve come to the right place. We have a lot of Buddha sculptures in Aongking. Browse our wide selections of Buddha sculptures, and choose your favourite one. If you’re a Buddhist, you can buy one and put it in your home, and you can worship it every day and recite to it. If you are a non-Buddhist, having a Buddha statue in your home or workplace can serve as a frequently needed reminder of teachings that can be easily applied to your daily life.

Buddha originally refers to Sakyamuni, and later evolved as the general name of those who fully realize the truth. It is the term of Buddhism. Born Siddhartha in Nepal in 563 BC, Buddha was the son of King Shakyamuni and lived a prosperous, happy life. After witnessing suffering for the first time as a young man, he renounced his title and turned to asceticism. After he meditated under the linden tree, he finally attained enlightenment. It is said that during his meditation he was almost hindered by the power of temptation (Mara) and in order to persevere in his quest he placed his hand on the ground to let the earth witness his strength and commitment.

Understanding the rich history and images of Buddhist gods, and their role in Buddhism, will help you look for the Buddha in the earliest Buddhist sculptures, not as a human being, but as represented by symbols such as footprints or empty seats. The Buddha you often see sitting cross-legged in a deep meditative state.The Buddha’s touch to the ground meditative posture is based on the story of the Buddha’s enlightenment. We have a lot of bronze Buddha statues in different positions, both touching the ground and standing Buddha, whether you want to put it indoors or outdoors, you can find it here. We are looking forward to hearing from you.