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Bhaishajyaguru is the name of the healing Buddha. The presiding deity over traditional Tibetan medicine, author of the four tantras or Gyuzhi, conqueror of disease and senescence and death. Integral to the iconography of Lord Bhaishajyaguru is a pot of the mythical potion on the palm of one hand and a sprig of the omnipotent myrobalan in the other. The concoction within the pot is the answer to every disease conceivable, including advanced age and death; while the myrobalan is the indispensable, fundamental ingredient of this ancient medical system.
The calm and equanimity of Lord Bhaishajyaguru is a striking aspect of His persona. He is seated in the finest padmasana, one of the necessary signs of the stance of a Buddha. His back and neck have an inimitable stateliness about them, which renders His silhouette unmistakable. A gold-hemmed robe draped over one shoulder and brought over another, and tresses coiled in and piled atop the head. Earlobes lengthened by wisdom flanking a venerable, princely, deeply contemplative face.
Brass Statue13.2 inch Height x 9.8 inch Width x 6.7 inch Depth
Item Code: ZEH08
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