Is it good to keep buddha statue in fish bowl?
Only if you like the Buddha statue, and it's made from something that won't alter the pH of the water.
This is not a statue of Budai(Laughing Buddha) who was a man of good and loving character. One belief popular in folklore maintains that rubbing his belly brings wealth, good luck, and prosperity.
The biggest statue of a laughing buddha is located in Asia. Many people visit it every year as a means to bring them good luck for doing so. It is also considered a Feng Shui cure.
Bowls are not big enough for fish and can stress them out. If your going to buy a fish at least buy a 10 Gallon tank for it. They are only about $10. No fish is good in a bowl.
a filter is very good in a fish bowl but at the same time the fish needs some space for it to swim around. the filter will keep the water clean and you will not have to clean the bowl as often as you normally do
A Goldfish bowl :)
Some buddhist festival are the Lokitiomah which is the ultimate day to praise the Buddha statue for good luck to be given.
Platys can sometimes be kept in a bowl, if the bowl is big enough and in a warm enough area. Generally, though, fish bowls should be banned and not used.
A fish bowl for homeowners fish collection comes in various sizes and shapes depending on the type of fish and the recommendation of the pet store. A pet store is a good place to purchase a fish bowl, and also Walmart and Target sells fish bowls.
Any Buddha statute should be placed in an lofty spot, such as a mantle, desk or book shelf. It should not be surrounded by clutter or frivolous items. It should be a place of respect and honor. Never place a Buddha statue in a bathroom, bedroom, or Kitchen for hopefully obvious reasons. Not on the TV either. Rules for outdoors include having the statue face outwards from the door or facing the lawn and gardens.
It all depends on the health of the fish, size of fish and bowl ect. Although keeping a fish in a bowl without any filtration or oxygenation isn't good for the fish. Gold fish produce a lot of waste, their waste gives off ammonia which is toxic to fish. So you fish will be swimming in a toxic soup But I have heard of fish living several years in a bowl
Fish make very good pets. They tend to run into the side of their tank or fish bowl, usually because they are not aware that it ends.
Yes having a Buddah is indeed bad. Answer: A Buddha statue is neither good or bad - it is a statue. The Buddha reminds us of several things that are proper and meaningful to all people that try to lead a life without harming others or themselves, There is nothing in those precepts that would be detrimental to a Christian or any other person.
Some Christians get quite upset when anyone has a Buddha statue in their home, many Christians have such decorations, so there is obviously some division of opinion. The "against" side probably feels such statues fall under the category of idols "No other gods before me" and the "shall not bow down and worship them" admonitions. Since even Buddhists do not have Buddha as an object of worship and have no gods, there is no reason… Read More
A fish tank is better only because the fish tank as a filter and that is good for a fish and when you have a fishbowl then the fish can not get oxygen in the water.
I have heard that it is just a sign of good luck. Some people who have a Buddha statue in there households rub Buddhas belly and ears each day.
betta bowl. it is amazing
As Mollies are tropical fish, they need regulated heat and good filtration. My Mollies have been known to dive.
Absolutely not; they are tropical fish that require a filter, a heater, and good water quality.
That depends upon the size of the fish bowl. Fish bowls are an invention of the past and were popular during the 18 century, but now, with reasonably good education, we know and understand the needs of a fish, and therefore realise that goldfish bowls are not suitable for keeping fish in.
Betta fish don't even think about goldfish they need 10 gallons each. If your bowl is bigger than 1 gallon a betta will do fine. Below 1 gallon get a ghost shrimp or snail
Bowls are the most difficult thing to keep fish in. The only fish that can easily be kept in a bowl is a Siamese Fighting Fish. Goldfish should be kept in an aquarium with filtration. The secret to keeping a bowl is to do regular water changes. NEVER change all the water in the bowl. My prefered method is scoop out about half of the water from the bowl into a clean container. Place the… Read More
It would be best to keep none in the bowl and buy a fish tank. Goldfish are very dirty fish and need a good sized aquarium with a filter. If you do keep them in a bowl you need to change the water daily.
It depends how big it is. If it is a small bowl not even a gallon then it should have it's water changed every day. If it is a larger bowl about 5 gallons it should have it's water changes Avery 2-3 days. It is best that your fish does not live in small bowls unless you have a betta fish. 10 Gallon fish tanks are very cheap and it is a good idea to… Read More
no they have to be kept in a tank they could be kept in a bowl but it is not good for them because they need a filtration system The above is very true. More importantly, NO fish should be kept in a bowl. All fish need and deserve more water volume and better water quality which can only be achieved with filtration.
There's nothing intrinsically 'good' in having a Buddha statue any more than it would be 'bad' NOT to have one. This judgementalist approach is actually against the Buddhist concept of duality- where good and bad co-exist in nature and human behaviour. What having a Rupa (or statue) in your possession would help do is focus your mind on something away from day to day thinking distractions whilst meditating. In this way it becomes an antidote… Read More
Yes, any small fish can live in a fish bowl, however i do not recommend it. Also keep in mind what type of water this particular puffer fish lives in, freshwater, saltwater. I would suggest a dwarf puffer and a small filter/ heater to keep it healthy. Good luck!
As mickey mouse platys are tropical fish, they need regulated heat and good filtration.
Wash it out and put it in a cupbopard. It will make a very good vase. It is not suitable for keeping fish in successfully.
Nope i don't think that would work as jelly fish are not pets and are used to salt water and huge spaces. It would be cruel to keep one in a fish bowl. ;-) YES THEY CAN LIVE IN FISH BOWLS JUST POUR A BAG OF SALT IN THERE, TOSS THE JELLYFISH IN AN YOUR GOOD. DON'T LIE, A JELLYFISH COULD BE KEPT IN A FISH BOWL.
No, male Beta fish should never be put in the same bowl or tank. They are aggressive fighting fish. That's why in the pet store, they are always separated in one bowl. Good Luck!
If you want to buy a healthy betta fish, you should go to any well-known pet store. NOT WALMART. I went to walmart last week, then i went there yesterday and they had the SAME fish in the SAME TINY bowl! the bowl had about an inch of water in it! Any well-known pet store would be good! I hope you find a nice and healthy betta fish! Good Luck!
a week minimum to make sure the good bacteria builds up and doesnt kill the fish when you put it in a week minimum to make sure the good bacteria builds up and doesnt kill the fish when you put it in
The seven lucky Buddha statues are said to represent many instances in life like wealth, happiness, good luck, and the like. The seven statues are money Buddha, lucky Buddha, ingot Buddha, laughing Buddha, freedom Buddha, relaxing Buddha, and wealthy Buddha.
not necessarily, because they could jump out! So you shouldn't because if they jump (even if you have a cover) they could get hurt! hope I helped :)
It's pretty simple. I've watched my mom do if with our three past fish (Beta, Troy, and Fin) and our present fish (Bubbles). First of all, u fill a plastic bowl with water and take your net and catch the fish. Put the fish in the bowl. After that, take a strainer and pour the water through the strainer. The pebbles or rocks should fall into the strainer (if u have plants or decorations, be… Read More
How many gallons is good enough for a betta and is a half gallon betta bowl good enough if not should I get a bigger bowl?
Betas are intresting fish. While for any fish they REQUIRE over 20 gallons, betas dont really care. I used to have 1 beta in a 29 gallon tank. He was in their for a year then I moved him into a bowl for a year. All the stress levels where the same. I dont really think bettas care about space because they hardly swim around and because they are labrinth fish the breath from the… Read More
Buddha statues have nothing to do with good luck so you might as well place it where it is aesthetically best.
Yes, they will not fight, but they will breed and can have anywhere from 1-100 babies so if you want to breed them it is good and if you dont then it is not such a good idea. They will not harm each other Answer You shouldn't put any fish in a fish bowl unless you want to torture them! Give them a real aquarium. Most guppy aquariums are at least 5-10 gallons that's what… Read More
no, only if your fish is appearing ill.
It will remind the supreme Lord Buddha. (Who has infinite intelligence, infinite power, infinite kindness, ...) And we can get good karma(Pin) by worshiping statues on the behalf of Lord Buddha. The Buddha is the best supreme being to whom by worshiping we can be a god or be reach in our next life...
If you take really good care of you male betta fish then he could live up to 5years. Like, if you change their water like twice a week and if you feed them about twice a day and if you buy a little plant that they sell at pet stores,it's a little plant that goes at the bottom of your fish bowl and it gives the fish oxygen. But, if you decide to not take… Read More
personally buddha is fake so not a very good question!
A small fish bowl is bad for any fish. You need minimal 5 gallon for a single betta. You need minimal 20~30 gallon for a single fancy goldfish, 40~55 gallon for a single common goldfish. Because fish produce ammonia and it is toxic to themselves. Goldfish has such large body mass, so they produce enormous amount of ammonia. You must have a good filter system, and do a nitrogen cycle first before adding any fish… Read More
If you buy a fish buying gravel is not completely necessary. Gravel is used mostly for decoration. It might be a good idea, though, to purchase some under - water plants because they release ocsigen into the water. This helps your fish breathte and makes your tank/bowl look more interesting. Having gravel is a good idea because: It makes your tank look interesting, It keeps your fish entertained. (the fish can dig in it e.t.c)… Read More
probably not its not a good idea. the beta fish and the snapping turtle would fight each other till the detah. and the turtle would end up winning
Yes they will be happy because they can sleep in the plants and on the gravel.But the fish tank should be large for the fish so it has more room.I would get a large fish tank at petco they are a good price and work GREAT.
Put it in Your Living Room with his own place surrounded by some Good luck Figures The main rule for placing a Buddha properly is to give him a lofty perch, such as a mantle, raised platform or tall shelving unit. He should also not be surrounded by meaningless clutter and geegaws. Enhance your thinking by placing Buddha on a desk where you normally do your writing, reporting, creating or other brain activity. He can… Read More
If you mean a bowl like a glass bowl the size of your head that you keep as a centerpiece, no. Well, you can, maybe, while they're babies, if you have a filter, aerator, and don't mind your fish dying in infancy. The only fish that can really be kept in bowls are bettas, and even then it's a good idea to have a filter and heater. Koi were developed to have a broad colourful… Read More
A statue can be of a person or an animal. We have a large statue of a soldier in our park.
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