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Bhiksham Dehi Iii

By Pratap Sjb Rana , Gurgaon 122018

Original Artwork

  • 36 X 48 In | 91 X 122 Cm
  • Acrylic on Canvas
  • Fantasy, Impressionism
  • Created in 2016
  • Sold by Artist, Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
  • Lot No 207901

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Description

The alms bowl refers to the time in the Buddha’s life just before he attained enlightenment, when a young girl, named Sujata offered the Buddha a bowl of milk rice. Although the...
The alms bowl refers to the time in the Buddha’s life just before he attained enlightenment, when a young girl, named Sujata offered the Buddha a bowl of milk rice. Although the Buddha was practicing austerity and eating only a little food at a time, he realized that to achieve the final stages of enlightenment, he would need to partake the offering of rice from Sujata. After partaking of the meal, the Buddha then threw away a small amount of food left in that bowl to symbolize non-attachment to material possessions. Another legend tells the story that the Buddha threw away the begging bowl itself into the river to symbolize this non-attachment.

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