Unlike the popular iconography, this Buddha statue is shown as standing on a stylized lotus pedestal which is kept on a thick layered wooden block. The sleekness, glowing black hue and the self-textured superfine brass quality are some of the primary alluring features highlighted in this statue. Lord Buddha is the founder of Buddhism and is revered as a supernatural human by his disciples. He was the first one to leave all the riches and move out on a path of enlightenment to find his inner self. The sculptor has focussed on defining the sharp facial features of a long and pointed nose, eyebrows joint in the middle, a small dot on the forehead representing his third eye of wisdom, lips slightly bent to form a smile and the long earlobes symbolizing his past life as a prince.
He is garbed in his usual style in an easy flowing fitted long robe carved with stylish wavy ends. Left palm bent downwards and faces the front in Varada mudra as a gesture of charity and the right one is held up with the palm facing front in Karana mudra to ward off evils and get rid of negative energies. This sculpture displays amazing attributes of royalty, elegance and charm. Its solidarity and soothe, generates purity and love in the heart and mind of the viewer.