Laughing Buddha As Lucky Mascot At Home


Laughing Rainbow Buddha

The laughing Buddha is indeed a lucky charm and is very popular around the world. But there is confusion surrounding the name.

A Chinese folklore deity he is is called Budai, and he is a jolly and happy countenance. He is seen as a cheerful monk who is wandering, carrying a sackcloth, and is with a protruding stomach. Laughing Budai is shown wearing a robe and sometimes shown as seated on a cart and drawn by boys. Also, you can get small miniature size laughing. Budai is holding an oogi, which is a wish-giving fan.

In Japan, refer to him as Hotei, and he is one of the seven lucky gods. He is known to be a patron of poor children.

Modern Living Room with Laughing Buddha

Buddhist traditions believe that he is Maitreya that is a future Buddha.

But whatever you call this idol is attributed to be the messenger of peace, wisdom, kindness, and generosity.

Laughing Buddha Brown

As per legends, if a person rubs the great protruding belly of the Laughing Buddha, it brings good luck, prosperity, and wealth.

You will often see Laughing Buddha in restaurants and especially in Japan because Hotei is considered to be the patron saint of the restaurateurs and is the patron saint of fortunetellers.

Laughing Buddha Orange

Laughing Buddha is a popular housewarming gift.

It is best if this idol is gifted than being bought.

Laughing Buddha must be kept on an elevated surface and never on the floor.

Its placement must be facing towards the main door.

Never keep laughing Buddha in the dining room and the bedroom.

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Himanshu Shah
Himanshu Shah is the chief marketing officer at MyDecorative.Com, and he is also a young enthusiastic writer who is gumptious and talented. He has sound analytical and technical skills. He is a blogger, Digital Marketing Expert who likes to write on home decor.


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