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Awakened One,
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Nyorai 如来
Hotoke 仏
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Fo 佛
Fó 佛
Rúlái 如来

Buddha,
Tathagata

Bul,
Pul

Sang Gye

Lotus Bud; major symbol of Buddhism; a beautiful flower that grows in the mud; corresponds to a Budhha being who reaches enlightenment in the "dirty" material worldOTHER BUDDHA STATUES
These statues were discovered at various flea markets in Japan, China, and Southeast Asia. They are one-of-a-kind pieces. Once sold, these statues will no longer be available for purchase.

Tathagata (Buddha) from China
Tathagata (Buddha)
from China
Price = $75
Details Here

Tathagata (Buddha) from Thailand
Tathagata (Buddha)
from Thailand
Price = $75
Details Here

Beachwood Statue from Thailand
Beachwood Statue
from Thailand
Price = $50
Details Here

Tathagata (Buddha) from Malaysia
Tathagata (Buddha)
from Malaysia
Price = $1300
Details Here

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