Statue of Amitābha. Amitābha is translatable as "Infinite Light", hence Amitābha is often called "The Buddha of Infinite Light."Amitābha created the Pure Land called Sukhāvatī (Sanskrit: "possessing happiness") situated in the uttermost west, beyond the bounds of our own world. By the power of his vows, Amitābha has made it possible for all who call upon him to be reborn into this land, there to undergo instruction by him in the dharma and ultimately become bodhisattvas and buddhas.

amida buddha Statue of Amitabha (Amida) Buddha, Heian period Japan. Lacquered and gilded wood. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA. Amida Buddha is the lord of the Western Paradise and the central focus of Pure Land Buddhism.

La imitación de cobre antigua pátina. barniz de bronce.

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La imitación de cobre antigua pátina. barniz de bronce.

Sitting Buddha - display ornament 23in tall 20in wide material made of unknown

Sitting Buddha - display ornament tall wide material made of unknown

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