At the age of twenty-nine or thirty, having failed to obtain from his father leave to adopt the ascetic life, Siddhartha secretly leaves the palace, and abandons wife, children, kinsfolk, concubines, and all his possessions. The legend tells the story of his journey at some length.
He sets out on his horse, Kanthaka under whose shod hooves the gods place their hands lest the noise should waken up the guard. At a certain distance from his native town he discards his princely attire for rough garments of orange color, cuts his hair, and so forth. From this moment Prince Siddhartha deserves the sacred name of Shakyamuni or Gautama.
At the left hand of the paitning Buddha is shown after his enlightenment, he holds his first teaching.
|Measurements:||10.6 x 10.6" | 27 x 27 cm|
|Shipment:||Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal|
|Material:||Natural Stone Colors|