Copper statue of young Buddha gilded with 24 carat gold, sculpted and hand painted in Nepal.
The youthful Buddha is sitting in meditation holding a alms bowl with both of his hands.
This statue represent Siddhartha during his young age as monk, often called inelegantly “begging Buddha”. The pose of the Buddha is elegant, sitting cross-legged with his eyes slightly looking towards the floor in a peaceful expression.
This statue is symbol of compassion and caring for all beings. It also symbolize gratitude and remind us how important is to be generous with each-other during our existence.