- Fine detailing on Avalokiteshvara statue
- Made of cold casted bronze
- The Avalokiteshvara statue measures 10 inches high, 8.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep
Avalokiteshvara symbolizes infinite compassion and holds a very important position in Mahayana Buddhism. The statue depicts Avalokiteshvara in his most popular form, one face, four arms and sits with his legs crossed on a lotus throne. In this front hands he holds the wish-fulfilling jewel, Cintamani. In his rear hands he holds the prayer necklace (an aid in meditation) and a lotus flower (purity of mind). The Buddhist Avalokiteshvara statue measures 10 inches high and 8.5 inches wide.