Varada Mudra Buddah, Thailand. 1920s


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Vintage from the 1920s



Varada Mudra Buddah

The right arm of the varada statue falls downwards, with the palm facing towards the viewer. The five extended fingers represent the five perfections: generosity, morality, patience, effort and concentration. The varada mudra stands for compassion and charity and is often combined with other mudras.

This was collected by a woman who traveled the world visiting religious places.
When she passed away she donated all of her religious items from her travels to a convent in Florida for them to sell to cover their expenses .

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