A standing figure of the Buddha, left hand and left foot lost. The small uṣṇīṣa crowns an oval head. The robe is worn close to the body with the right shoulder bare and a broad sweep of cloth below the broken left arm: the large right hand makes the gesture of giving varadamudrā. Cast in a copper alloy. Cracked across the chest and on the back of the neck.

An00021677 001 l

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