Ascetic Buddha or emaciated Buddha statue

Wooden statue representing the Buddha during a diet.

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Ascetic Buddha or emaciated Buddha wooden statue

It is written that in his quest for Enlightenment, Prince Sidharta (before he became Gautama Buddha) starved himself to the point of eating just a few sesame seeds a day, and thus he became so skinny he could touch his backbone through the belly! When he was near death, a 13 year old young girl (“Sujata”) offered him a milk type porridge, which he accepted. Six years of self-imposed harsh and extreme asceticism came to an end, and the Buddha declared that going to the ascetic extreme (as is the cases with many religious Gurus at the time) is not the way. This was such a shock to his original 5 disciples that they abandoned him. Buy emancipated Buddha statue online from us and have a look at its features;

Weight 9.4 kg
Height 46 cm
Width 37 cm
Depth 24 cm

Shipping costs included - Parcel preparation times 2 to 7 days - Delivery times with DHL Worlwilde express 3 to 6 days.

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