Meditating Buddha

This sculpture was picked from Agra as well. I am not too sure about its origins though. However, Brass casted adorned by Red and Turquoise stones just brings out the serenity of deity. Buddha has always represented ceetain sense of calmness and positivity. This piece brings the same to our living room.

Even though the eyesnof the sculpture are closed, but we have always felt it has been watching over us through the abstract vision of his own.

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