Pancha Dhyani Buddha Lokta Paper Wall Hanging

4.45$

  • Material: Lokta paper
  • Size (L x B, inches):  20 x 4.6
  • Pancha Dhyani Buddha are present
  • Can be decorated on home, office decor, guest room & many more
  • Handmade in Nepal.
Pancha Dhyani Buddha Lokta Paper Wall Hanging 4.45$

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  • Lokta botanically known as Daphne Bhoula or Daphne papyracea is an indigenous plant of Nepal. It is found at an altitude of 6500 feet to 9500 feet from sea level. The bark of the Lokta is used as raw materials for the purpose of making for ages. Lokta plant is harvested by cutting its stem at ground level without destroying the main root. Lokta regenerates naturally and normally takes 2 to 3 years of time. Hence, there is no adverse effect on the forest ecology.
  • The Medicine Buddha is depicted in paintings having blue skin, but whether shown in a statue or painted form, the right hand is held facing downward with fingers extended toward the ground, palm facing outward toward the viewer, a bowl of herbs rests in the left hand upon the lap. It is believed by the Tibetans that the Buddha was responsible for delivering the knowledge of medicine to the people of the world, and in fact, the right hand facing outward signifies “granting a boon” (meaning, giving a blessing) to mankind. This is a common hand gesture amongst both Buddhist and Hindu statues. The Medicine Buddha is venerated by those seeking health and is more commonly found in the Buddhist temples and communities of Nepal and Tibet.
  • Shakyamuni Buddha is a name given to the historical Buddha, especially in Mahayana Buddhism. So it’s nearly always the case that when someone is talking about Shakyamuni, he or she is speaking of the historical figure who was born Siddhartha Gautama but then became known as Shakyamuni only after he became the Buddha. This person, after his enlightenment, is also sometimes called Gautama Buddha.
  • Another of the more common rupas is of the Buddha in Meditation. This statue is for people who are either looking for peace and calm in their lives, or for those who wish to improve their own meditation skills. People will often buy a Meditation Buddha if they want to set up a “serenity room” or a corner of their house where they can sit in calm for a little while and unwind. In this pose, the Buddha is depicted with both hands in the lap, face-up, and the legs are crossed, either in a Double Lotus pose (with the ankles of each leg tucked behind one another in a locked position), or in a Single Lotus pose (where one leg rests on top of the other leg). Occasionally, an alms bowl is placed in the lap as well. As this statue generally represents focused concentration, the eyes of the Buddha are either depicted as halfway closed or closed nearly all the way. The silhouette of the statue is shaped – more or less – like a triangle, which represents stability. Many of the largest Buddha Statues in Japan, such as the Great Kamakura Buddha Statue at Kotokuin Temple, and large statues in Korea are in the Meditation Pose. This pose is also known as the Amitabha Buddha, which means “Boundless Light.”
  • Teaching Buddha / DharmaChakra Buddha statue signifies wisdom, understanding, and fulfilling destiny. Both hands are held at chest level, with thumb and index fingers forming a circle. The right hand is turned palm in, while the left hand is turned to palm out. As do most images of the Buddha, the Teaching Buddha depicts a particular moment in the life of the Buddha, namely, the first sermon the Buddha gave after reaching Enlightenment. This sermon was to a small group of disciples who had previously scorned the Buddha. This is a statue that is particularly appropriate for those who are either studying or are interested in learning more about spirituality.

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Additional information

Weight 32 g
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 10 cm
Symbols

Buddha

Mateial

Wall Hanging Shape

Vertical

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