- Weight: 7.04 kg, Height: 10 inches
Brass Laughing Buddha is known as Hotei among the Chinese and is considered very auspicious. It is usually placed facing the door. His large protruding belly is symbolic of happiness, luck, and prosperity. It is believed that if a person rubs his belly it brings good luck. In Japan, he is known as Hotei and is considered one of the Seven Gods of Fortune. The laughing Buddha is believed to be a 10th-century Chinese monk, named Budai.
Brass Laughing Buddha Big Idol is made of pure shining brass metal and has an admiring antique finish.
Brass Laughing Buddha Big Idol Usage:
There are numerous cases where those who bring brass Laughing Buddha home experience positive things. All laughing buddha statues for the home have huge bellies; when you rub them, you attract good luck, wealth, and abundance into your house. According to folklore and legend, if a person rubs the Buddha’s abdomen, it will bring good luck, wealth, and prosperity