Laughing Buddha

  • The Laughing Buddha is a symbol of good fortune, contentment, and wealth. It signifies plenty in all areas of one's life, whether it's wealth, pleasure, or fulfilment.

    Smiling Buddha or heavenly Buddha is also known as Hotei or Pu-Tai and is usually portrayed as fat, laughing bald guy with an obviously displayed pot-belly tummy.

    His look is claimed to be based on that of a Buddhist Zen monk who lived over 1000 years ago. His name came from his big stomach and cheerful smile.

    Despite being Feng Shui symbol, the smiling Buddha has lot of meaning in our lives. Most of us are convinced that keeping things going in one way satisfies certain goals. As a result, it's critical to understand which direction it should be kept in and which sort of it should be employed by individuals.

    In reality, everyone wishes to attract good fortune and luck, especially when it comes to their homes. A house is a place where you live and make memories, therefore you want it to be filled with happiness and positive energy at all times. Vaastu Vidya is the finest technique to make our house joyful and full of positivity, according to Hindi culture. Feng-shui is the name given to it in various civilizations.

    When it comes to Hinduism, Lord Kuber is known as the God of Wealth and Fortune. People in China, on the other hand, frequently keep a statue of the Laughing Buddha in their homes to improve good fortune and attract positive energy. They worship Laughing Budhha as an idol who protects them and multiplies the positive energy in the house.