The Great Oath Ceremony - Buddha Statues - 1953
Designer: Marc Leguay, Engravers: Charles-Paul Dufresne (4$) and Jean Pheulpin:
Mahaparinirvana - Buddha fully passing away the world and enter Nirvana state, meaning reaching full enlightenment, peaceful and happiness and will not rebirth.
16th century statue from Wat Xieng Thong, Luang Prabang:
Dhyânamudrâ - Buddha Statue in a gesture of meditating and concentration.
18th century statue from Wat Phra Keo, Vientiane:
"Buddha is calling to the rain".
17-18th century statue from Wat Phra Keo, Vientiane:
Bumisparshamudrâ - Buddha touches the earth with his right palm and calls it to testify for his spiritual achievements.
Statue from Wat Phra Keo, Vientiane:
Abhayamudrâ - This position representing fearlessness or calming floods, quarrel between relatives etc.:
The left statue representing grandeur Buddha in B#251;misparshamudrâ – Buddha attesting the earth or victory of Buddha on Mara.
Statue from Wat Mahatat, Savankhalok, Thailand.
The right statue representing Abhayamudrâ – Buddha calming quarrel between relatives.
16th century statue from Wat Si Saket, Vientiane: