Structure of Dhyana Buddha Statue
The Dhyana Buddha statue of 125 ft (38 m) is spread across 4.5 acres. The Lord Buddha statue depicts meditating (dhyana mudra) while he is seated on a giant lotus in open air which has a three-layered museum inside it with sculptures depicting Buddhist significance associated with enlightenment of Buddha, enlightenment under Bodhi tree and all other events in the life of Buddha.
The statue stands on massive Lotus pandal supported by 8 pillars that signifies the path for salvation followed by Buddha, four zones depicting noble truths and five Ayaka pillars for stages of life. Essences of Buddhist teachings from 24 chapters and 424 stanzas were carved on 200 panels in the main hall of the Dhyana Mandiram.
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