In good condition
CopperBuddha Hand carved - China 20th century
From the Tibetan region of China, late 20th century,
Wearing a crown. Hands holding a musical instrument and sit on top of Hualien
Immortal Buddha (Sanskrit Amitābha), also known as immeasurable Buddha, immeasurable Buddha. In the Mahayana calendar, Amitabha had established a great wish in the past when it was robbed for a long time. It established the Pure Land of the West and had a wide range of sentient beings, and achieved immeasurable and solemn merits. It was widely respected and promoted by Mahayana Buddhism. The Mahayana sutras are mainly described in Amitabha Sutra, Amitabha Sutra, and The View of Lifeless Sutra. Both of them have detailed descriptions of Amitabha and its Western Elysium. In places where Mahayana Buddhism is circulated, such as the Mahayana dioceses in China and Japan, the Amitabha belief is particularly prosperous and important. The Pure Land of Buddhism in the Han Dynasty was completely specialized in the West Pure Land of Amitabha.
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