In Buddhism and Hinduism, nāga is the Sanskrit word for a deity taking the form of a very large snake, specifically the king cobra with multiple heads.
The material is unknown to me.
The face is somewhat difficult to capture on camera as the cobra envelops the Buddha as a headdress and offers it protection, making the face appear quite dark.
Photos are part of the description.
- Estatua del Buda Naga 7 cobras que protegen al Buda
- Finales del siglo XX
- Región / País de origen
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- 13×7×0 cm