Lord BUDDHA meaning one who is awake in the sense of having 'Woken up to reality' was the title first given to lord Buddha. It was about 2500 years ago when prince Siddhartha Gautam left all the worldly pleasures to attain the reality of life, and became the Buddha - the enlightened one. It was a state in which the Buddha gained an insight into the deepest workings of life and therefore into the cause of human suffering the problem that had set him on his spiritual quest in the first place..
About Buddhism - the teachings of Buddha

The founder of Buddhism in this world was Buddha Shakyamuni who lived and gave teachings in India two and a half thousand years ago. Since then millions of people around world have solved their human problems and attained enlightenment.

Buddha's teachings are spiritual technologies that identify the actual, root cause of human suffering and problems and eliminates them.

Buddha taught methods for gradually overcoming our negative minds such as anger, jealousy and ignorance, and developing our positive minds such as love, compassion and wisdom. Through this we can come to experience lasting peace and happiness.

These methods can work for anyone. We will possess a profound, uncommon understanding of how to help others overcome their difficulties and find permanent freedom.

Meditation is at the heart of the Buddhist way of life. Meditation is the most powerful type of mental action we can engage in. We first learn to identify our different negative mental states known as ‘delusions’, and learn how to develop peaceful and positive mental states or ‘virtuous minds’. This can be accomplished both in and out of meditation.

If we follow a spiritual path that gradually allows us to attain freedom from all delusions such as anger, attachment, and ignorance, then we will see from our own experience how the mind has created all of the experiences we have and the feelings they produce inside.
Buddha Statues

‘Buddha’ means ‘the awakened one'. Buddha statues represent the calm and serenity that comes from attaining enlightenment. In Sanskrit, they are called 'Buddharupa', the form of Buddha. These statues come in many postures, each representing a particular aspect of spirituality, e.g., the lotus-seated position represents mind-body equilibrium. It is common belief that when you make offerings of flowers and incense sticks to the Buddha statue, the revered thoughts of Buddha himself transcend onto you. Inspiring, & peaceful, our collection of Buddha statues comes in different artistic styles and are made by skilled artisans from Thailand, Nepal, India, China, Indonesia and other countries. Metal, wood, resin, stone, ceramic, these Buddha statues are available in different finishes and sizes. Detailed to abstract, intricate to raw organic, the perfect statue will bring in the right energy into your space.