Wooden Samantabhadra Statue with Consort, Nepal Buddha Statue
This Samantabhadra statue displayed with his consort is made out of wood. He is a great Bodhisattva of the principal Bodhisattvas. Samanta means general or universal, Bhadra means sage, and Samantabhadra, which is derived from these words, means the principle of universal love or compassion.
Samantabhadra is called the Bodhisattva of Great Activity. Samantabhadra is also known as the Universally Worthy Bodhisattva. He is always on the right side of the Buddha Shakyamuni, representing the guardian of the law, the lord of the law, and the practice of all Buddhas.
Size: 43cm(Height) and 34cm(Base)
Weight: 5.866 kg