Super Mini Buddha Happiness Set GoldThis is a set of super small cute Six Happy Buddhas, and smaller than the ones you find on other sites/places that are sold in sets. A great cute gift. The Six Happy Buddhas set are a perfect example of many facets of Maitreya Buddha. - Standing with money bag and a gold ingot This is the most common representation of Maitreya Buddha, symbolizing happiness and good fortune. - Sitting Bag of Gold slung over the shoulder This is another very popular image of Maitreya also symbolizing happiness and good fortune. - Holding up a large gold ingot in both hands This is a very popular symbol in Chinese culture, believed to bring wealth and riches to a household. - Sitting with travel stick and hat This is a very popular good fortune symbol. - Reaching out with one hand in celebration. This joyous piece symbolizes happiness, laughter and celebration. - A fan in one hand and a wu lou in the other. This symbolizes good health and longevity. A wave of that fan is believed to discard any misfortune you may have. The wu lou or gourd absorbs bad chi that causes illness and bad health. The Six Buddhas can be placed together as a set or separate around the house and office or even in the car. It is a perfect addition to any home or office.
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