Is there a mummified monk hidden inside this 1,000-year-old Buddha statue?


Asked on 2020-02-18 14:51:59

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Pendulum World wrote on 18th of February 2020
Yes, there is !


Pendulum World wrote on 18th of February 2020
It was his wish !


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Buddhist mummies, also called flesh body bodhisattvas, full body sariras, or living buddhas (Sokushinbutsu) refer to the bodies of Buddhist monks and nuns that remain incorrupt, without any traces of deliberate mummification by another party. These are venerated by some Buddhists who believe they successfully were able to mortify their flesh to death.[1] The practice to purposely make undecomposed bodies is seen as controversial and contradictory to the Buddhist belief in impermanence. Many were destroyed or lost to history. In 2015, the Hungarian Natural History Museum found a Buddhist mummy inside a statue of Buddha.


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