As a matter of fact, everybody wants to attract luck & fortune especially when it comes to home. A home is a place where you live, where you create memories, so you always want that place to be full of happiness and positive energies. According to Hindi culture, Vastu Vidya is the best way by which we can make our home happy and full of positivity. Whereas in other cultures, it is known as Feng-shui.
If we talk about Hinduism, Lord Kuber is considered as the Lord of wealth and fortune. However, In China people usually keep a statue of Laughing Buddha at their homes to increase good fortune and attract the positive energies around them. They consider Laughing Budhha as an idol who protects them and doubles the benefits of positive vibrations in the house.
Laughing Buddha is usually recognized as, laughing bald man with an overtly exposed pot-belly stomach. This celestial Buddha is also known as Hotei or Pu-Tai.
So, in this article, we are going to discuss the significance of laughing Buddha, its different types, placement and the other things you need to take care of while bringing this Laughing Buddha at home.
As discussed above, Laughing Buddha is a symbol of luck, fortune, positivity, and prosperity. It is basically a part of Fengshui based on ancient Buddhists Monks who lived in China around the 10th century. These monks were eccentric but Laughing Buddha was considered a very loving, caring and humble monk. That is why people mostly in China keep it in their homes, cars, offices to bring laughter and joy in their lives.
These statues are also called the Happy, the Hotei or the Traveling Buddha. It comes in various forms, including ones that are depicted carrying certain items like a pot of gold or a sack filled with treasures. Although, it might be normal for people to buy Laughing Buddha in India. However, in China, there are certain rules and regulations, as they believe one must not selfishly buy the symbol of wealth. If you only keep it only for the greed of wealth, it will affect you negatively.
Laughing Buddha with Children: It symbolizes good fortune is coming especially if you have just become a parent. It also represents luck and wealth that the newborn baby has brought with him.
Buddha with Bowl: It represents the life of a monk who spends his whole life just for the happiness of the people. It also represents the difficulties Lord Buddha faced during his lifetime.
Buddha with a Bag: Carrying a sack or a bag represents a traveler. It means Buddha collects the problems of the people and puts them in its sack. In turn, it fills their life with loads of happiness, wealth and good fortune.
Buddha with a Fan: It represents happiness and joy. People say that a waving fan of Buddha clears away all the negatives energies from our lives and the home a happy place to live.
The placement of Buddha plays a very important role in determining the Feng shui of your home. It’s not just you will buy it and keep it at any place of your home. There are certain things that you need to take care of while placing Buddha. Improper placement of Buddha may result in the opposite results. So, things that you need follow for displaying Buddha are:
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