Open-air Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva is located in Huashan Dayuan Cultural Park, one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in China. The Buddha statue is 84 meters high, and the total height is 109.9 meters, which is the height of the cane. This is a Buddha statue that we participated in the production of. The whole is forged from copper plate and internal structure with carbon steel. Its surface sprayed with gold paint.
So far, this is the tallest open-air bronze Bodhisattva statue in China. Holding a cane in his right hand and a mani bead in his left. Facing the northwest, it is dignified and kind, to show "all living beings, the country is prosperous and the people are safe".
The ingeniousness of the bronze statue lies in the angle of its location. The back of the bronze statue is east-west, with the Lion Peak as the background. When the sun rises, the sun shines from the front, forming a unique "Buddha light" phenomenon every year on the spring and autumn equinoxes.