Buddha is the one who has attained bodhi or enlightenment by his supreme patience, excellence and practical approach of life. In Namaste or Anjali Mudra, he is greeting the guests and welcoming their divine aspect. Namaste is an expression of obeisance, salutation, adoration and reverence.
This copper statue from Nepal is sculpted very graciously and justifiably with palms joined together and pressing each other. The stylish robe is chiseled briefly with undistorted pleats giving it a sassy look. His head with coiled hairs matted up together is framed in a dazzling crown, having a beautiful flower border with accurate markings.
Designed with his characteristic features- long earlobes and curved lines on the neck, this statue, wherever placed, can bring a delicate smile and respect on the viewer’s face because of its unique and fine attributes.