This golden Buddha, which contains the relic, is made of pure gold. The shape is exquisite, the line is soft and smooth, kind and solemn, the height is only more than one inch, but contains boundless Buddha dharma, deep and solemn.
In the yuan dynasty, Tibetan Buddhism was regarded as the state religion, and a specialized institution for the production of buddhas was established, namely the department for the production of bronze buddhas, the department for the production of wax. The modeling techniques of Nepal and Tibet were spread to the mainland, and the bronze Buddha statues were featured by "han dynasty" and "Tibet dynasty". The gold bronze Buddha statue in the yuan dynasty is also called Mongolian gold bronze Buddha statue. Mongolian gold and bronze Buddha statues are mainly in the style of Tibetan Buddhism statues in Nepal. Although the Tibetan buddhas in yuan dynasty inherited the nepalese style, their appearance had become Tibetan and integrated the aesthetic factors and performance techniques of the han dynasty. Bodhisattva statues are topless, under the skirt, gem particles larger. Buddha face full, shoulder width chest width, body highlighting, simple clothing lines.
After the fall of the yuan dynasty, the Mongolian gold and bronze Buddha statues disappeared. In the late Ming dynasty Renaissance, formed the desert south, mobei two styles of gold bronze Buddha statues. In Ming dynasty, although the traditional han-style statues continued to develop on the basis of inheriting the style of the previous dynasties, they were in decline. In Ming dynasty, the court set up a buddhist statue agency to make the Tibetan Buddha. With the spread of Tibetan Buddhism in the mainland, due to the differences in age and regional culture, sects and artistic inheritance, the yongxuan style of gold and bronze Buddha statues, western Tibetan style, central Tibetan style, southern Tibetan style and eastern Tibetan style have been formed.