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|Size (H x W)||8 x 3 inches|
Mahavira was Jainism's 24th and final Tirthankara. A Tirthankara assists people as a Jain holy figure on the path to enlightenment. Mahavira is depicted in this brass sculpture with his hands clasped together in a meditative pose. Tirthankaras typically have a diamond shape on their bare chest. Above him is a palanquin adorned with devotee figures, including two elephants. Surrounding Mahavira is his forefathers, the 23 Tirthankaras who have come before him, all seated in meditation.