Borobudur Temple (Indonesia) is the largest Buddhist monument in the world. It is constructed from two million intricately carved volcanic rocks and assembled using a complex interlocking technique without the use of cement or mortar. The panels visually narrate the story of Buddha, his virtues, and self-sacrifices.
This relief is part of the story of Jataka-Awadana describing Cula Nandiya: The King sitting on a decorative stool meditaiting with is hands on his legs. Three women are carrying gifts of Lotus, Candava & a long Flake.
Borobudur Temple Relief Replica | Small
Material: Stone | Wood
Size: 8.5" x 8.5"