"Âdibouddha" Bronze statuette -...
"Âdibouddha" Bronze statuette -...

"Âdibouddha" Bronze statuette - unique piece

This Tibetan-Nepalese bronze dates from the 20th century and represents the Adibuddha or primordial Buddha who is the highest deity of Vajrayana, a doctrine which emerged in the 4th century during the third form of Indian Buddhism. He has his right hand at heart level holding the dorje, his left hand resting in the lap, holding the drilbu. Secret creator of the mandalas and of all the mediating divinities, his function is to operate the purification of the veils which cover the mind such as ignorance, internal disturbances, karmic impregnations. This font is high quality and iconographically accurate and will brighten up your living space beyond measure.

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Maintenance : A simple cloth will be enough to dust your object. To clean and enhance your bronze statuettes, mix a cup of white vinegar and a cup of water. Immerse the object in the solution. Let it soak for 12 hours and rinse it off with lukewarm water. Rub with a soft cloth to dry and shine.

Note : Non-contractual photo. Colors and dimensions may vary slightly depending on arrivals.

Dimensions :

Height: 22,5 cm

Width: 13 cm

Depth: 10 cm

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