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The footprint of the Buddha (Buddhapada in Sanskrit) is an imprint of Gautama Buddha's one or both feet. It comes in two forms: natural, as found in stone or rock, and artificial engravement. Many of the "natural" ones, of course, are acknowledged not to be actual footprints of the Buddha, but...…

Buddhapada footprints of the Buddha - ReligionFacts

Mar 17, 2015 · The footprints of the Buddha symbolize the Buddha's presence, as they are believed to be the imprints where the Buddha actually touched the ground. At the same time, the Buddhapada signify the Buddha's absence now that he has entered nirvana, and thus are a reminder of the Buddhist ideal of nonattachment.…

Buddhist Symbols: Footprints of the Buddha (buddhapada)

The footprints of the Buddha are venerated in all Buddhist countries. These highly schematized footprints generally show all the toes to be of equal length, and are incised in stone. They often bear distinguishing marks - either a Dharma wheel or cakra at the centre of the sole, or the 32, 108 or 132 distinctive signs of the Buddha, engraved or ...…

Wat Phra Phutthabat, the “temple of the Buddha’s footprint”

The Wat Phra Phutthabat, the “temple of the Buddha’s footprint” is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site located in a rural area between the towns of Lopburi and Saraburi.A mondop on top of a small hill houses a footprint of the Buddha, that was discovered in the 17 th century.. The Wat Phra Phutthabat is a highly revered temple; it is one of the six temples of the highest grade of the ...…