Buddha is NOT a God, he never claimed to be God. He was a man who became enlightened, hence the name Buddha (meaning one who is enlightened). Buddha is a teacher, someone to look up to, but never worship. The artwork are just symbols and reminders of this man and the great work he has done. Material things in this world mean nothing to a true Buddha. That said, some people will consider it disprespectful. For example, would you deface a portrait of the Queen of England, the American Flag or something you respect (not worship)? Absolutely not! Whether we understand another's religious beliefs or not, we should always have respect for most belief systems and not desecrate anything pertaining to their religious beliefs. What matters will be the purpose of the cutting. If done in anger, or in ill intentions, it will be bad. If done in pure intensions ie. Archeology etc. it won't be a problem. As buddhists it pains us to see the cutting of a buddha statue. But you'll never "go to hell, or be cursed" because you cut open a buddha statue. Answer To be honest when I saw this question I was slightly offended and horrified. But it is true... The Buddha was never- and never claimed to be- a god... so you will not be punished for it... I suppose. Though it is disrespectful to the Buddha. However, whoever wrote above me is correct. Do it with a pure heart and I suppose it isn't so bad Answer: The question is close to the Samuria Zen koan "If you meet the Buddha on the road - kill him!" It shocks you in several ways -Why would you. What would it mean. Shame! - Eventually there is a sense of equanimity that goes past that. Answer: yes everyone is right that you will not get punished if you cut open a Buddha statue as the buddha is not a God but it is very stupid and disrespectfull if you did.
Pakistan or Iran?
depends if it was cut open or not. if it wasn't it might be okay but if it was cut you might not want to
Yes, it is okay because I cut my dog's, and she just looks cute.
No, the Buddha is forgiving. But perhaps you need to think very carefully about why you are lying.
Lord Guatamo Buddha (the origin of the "Buddha" myth) died with all his body parts intact.
put a plaster over the open cut
Benvenuto Cellini's statue of Perseus holding the severed head of the Medusa.
No! They are there for a reason.
To cut open in Greek is cise, like in circumcision
No King Kushite,taharka,did not cut off his hands.
Registeel is located at Chroma Ruins north from the room where you capture Spiritomb and you find a steel statue which requires cut (x5), capture Gallade and go back to Chroma Ruins where that steel statue is and use Cut on the steel statue and you get a Registeel
He did cut him self but he's okay now and I'm glad he is
in the ceroma ruins (i don't know if that's spely right) there is a statue that needs lv.5 cut. you use a Pokemon with lv.5 cut on the statue and registeel apeers.
Spray cans are highly condensed and if you cut one open, it will explode.
vinegar is an antiseptic and if you put it on an open cut it will sting but, it will reduce the swelling of the cut (or cuts) and will cause healing.
cut it with knife ir sizors
Yes, bloodborne infections can be transmitted through an open cut.
Cells are not atoms; you can indeed cut them open. This can happen naturally through a variety of processes.
Well, your open cut will smell fantastic! Depending on what kind of perfume, of course.
If it's on the sidewall, you are asking for problems.