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HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $690. Wood = Cypress. Height = 26.0 CM.DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
HISTORICAL BUDDHA, $690.
Wood = Cypress. Height = 26.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: The Historical Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Shaka Nyorai, Gautama Buddha, Prince Siddhartha, Shakyamuni, Sakyamuni, the Historical Buddha lived in India in the sixth century BC. He is venerated widely among most Buddhist sects throughout Asia. Here we see his two hands in the Contemplation Mudra (aka Meditation Mudra). Learn more about Shaka, the Historical Buddha.
NI? GUARDIANS $524. Wood = Tea Tree. Height = 19.0 CM.DESCRIPTION: Also known as the Benevolent Kings, this pair of deities stand guard outside the entrance gate of Buddhist temples. One with mouth open, the other with mouth closed, the Ni? Guardians represent Alpha & Omega, Beginning & End, Birth & Death, and all such polarities. The Ni?'s fierce and threatening appearance is said to ward off evil spirits and keep the temple grounds free of demons and thieves. Learn more about the Ni? Guardians.
NI? GUARDIANS $524.Wood = Tea Tree. Height = 19.0 CM.

DESCRIPTION: Also known as the Benevolent Kings, this pair of deities stand guard outside the entrance gate of Buddhist temples. One with mouth open, the other with mouth closed, the Ni? Guardians represent Alpha & Omega, Beginning & End, Birth & Death, and all such polarities. The Ni?'s fierce and threatening appearance is said to ward off evil spirits and keep the temple grounds free of demons and thieves. Learn more about the Ni? Guardians.
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