January 23rd, 2015

Jade Buddha Returns


January 24th to February 8th at the Ichimura-Miami Japanese Garden
Chakrasamvara Center, the City of Miami and the Asian-American Advisory Board are pleased to announce the arrival of Jade Buddha to South Florida, a magnificent 5-ton precious jade statue which will be on exhibit to the public as part of the 2015 Bodhi Festival at Ichimura Miami-Japan Garden in Miami Beach (Parrot Jungle Island). From January 24 to February 8.

This world-famous sculpture is the main attraction of the World Tour of Universal Peace, a travelling international exhibition promoting spiritual awakening of consciousness and mindfulness in people’s lives.

Bodhi Festival 2015 is an incredible celebration of multicultural dances, a wide variety of organic and international food, and numerous outdoor activities for the entire family

“During the event, festival-goers will enjoy a great journey through 4 international exhibit pavilions: Exhibiting world-famous Jade Buddha, a precious 4-ton pure Jade beautifully sculptured Lady Buddha, a magical jade tiara; and a historical collection of Buddha’s Relics.”

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One Response to “Jade Buddha Returns”

All Graduates | French Translation Service Says:

It’s good to see the Jade Buddha, I hope the visitors of the Garden took photos with it. This Festival is a great celebration of Japanese tradition, and no doubt will be a great event for every one to remember

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