Thai Rain Drum - Antique Thai Style Bronze Free Standing Rain Drum - 45cm/18"
Measures – (Height) 45cm/18” x (Wide) 57cm/23"
An antique Thai style bronze rain Drum. In the center of the drum top can be found the Wheel of Dharma - representing Gautama Buddha's teaching and walking of the path to Nirvana. As is traditional with Thai rain drums frogs can be seen on the top of the drum.
The drum has handles at the side to aid with carrying. The sides of the drum are decorated with elephants and lotus leaves. The lotus represents purity, compassion and the giving of great joy to all.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add a unique touch to any room of your home or workplace.
One of the most recognizable of the Asian deities this representation of the spiritual teacher Buddha is sure to enlighten your home with endlessly timeless style.
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The Walking Buddha is a rare depiction and one of the least common positions of the Buddha as he is shown in physical motion. It is often said that he is travelling to or from Heaven in order to deliver a sermon.
As one of the main teachings of Buddha is to reject material attachments, this statue encourages the recognition of internal beauty and grace.