We usually see that there are three postures of Buddha […]
We usually see that there are three postures of Buddha statues in Bai, Du, Standing Buddha, and Reclining BuddhaChina mini Buddha zen garden factory. It is estimated that not many people know the symbolic meaning of Buddha statues. Here Nanshu Jinghonghan will help you explain it, Nanjing Honghan Art Engineering Co., Ltd. is a well-known manufacturer of Buddha statues and has a deep research on Buddha statues.
Buddha statues have mysterious and serene facial features, and gestures generally have special symbolic meanings and become "handprints." Common "mudras" include the following types: Shi Wuweiyin: Generally used for standing Buddha statues, raising the right hand, palm outwards, fingers stretched out, symbolizing fearlessness, peace and comfort, and relieve the suffering of all beings. Seal of Wish: The left hand is lowered, the palm is facing outward, and the fingers are slightly bent, symbolizing the promise to satisfy the wishes of all living beings.
Touching the ground: used for sitting Buddha statues, stretch the right hand down to near the right knee, palm inward, fingertips touching the ground, left hand on the thigh, palm up, symbolizing that the Buddha asked the earth to testify that he cultivated the path of the Buddha. .
Saying seal: Used for sitting Buddha statues, with the left hand placed horizontally on the left foot, and the thumb and index finger of the right hand twisted into a ring, symbolizing complete wisdom and aspirations to save people. Meditation Seal: Used for sitting Buddha statues, with both hands lying flat on the knees, and right hand folded on the left palm to express meditation. Nanjing Honghan Art Sculpture has carefully studied the symbolic meaning of Buddha postures for many years. Therefore, it has produced famous Buddha sculptures such as Tibetan Buddha statues, eighteen arhat sculptures, Thousand-hand Guanyin Buddha statues, Maitreya Buddha sculptures, Manjusri Samantabha sculptures, etc.