The Buddha is wearing full winter robes that flow over his entire body. The fabric ripples naturally down his body. His right hand is held free in the earth touching mudra as his left holds one end of his gossamer robes. He has a ushna or third eye in the middle of his forehead which shows that he can see the true nature of the world. His hair is in tight curls. He has a sagacious expression on his face of deep concentration. The focus of any Buddha sculpture is the serene expression on the face of the Buddha. Just by looking at the Buddha's face you catch a glimpse of what lies at the heart of Buddhist teachings. His face has a Ghandaran style as the hair is flowing with the uppermost part perched up in a bun. They appear to be made of the finest silk rather than carved from brass His hands and feet have all the lifelines and natural proportions of any man.