The painting depicts Aparmita, who is the manifestation of Amitabha Buddha in his Bestower of Longevity aspect. He is commonly regarded as either a celestial Buddha of Infinite Life or a fully realized Bodhisattva. Aparmita attained Buddhahood many eons ago as a result of his merit accumulated over past lives as a Bodhisattva. 

 

Apartmita is seated on a double lotus pedestal with his hands in a meditative gesture (Dhyana Mudra) holding his identifying attribute, the vase of elixir (Kalasha). His hand gesture represents the untiy of wisdom and compassion. Aparmita wears a crown and regal jewelry consisting of elaborate necklaces, large earrings inset with coral and turquoise stones, and a flowing scarf over his shoulders that loops at the elbows and falls over the lower arms.

Aparmita Buddha

£350.00Price
    • Limited Edition
    • Dimensions: 34 x 26 cm (13.4" x 10.2" inches)
    • Materials: 24 Carat Gold;Precious & Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
    • Canvas: Organic Cotton
    • Origin: Nepal