These Buddha Sculptures act as great objects of decoration of anyone's surroundings as they radiate the feeling of peace and calm around you. Along with the beautification of the surroundings, they spread the influence of peace and harmony around anyone's life. Buddha Statue, the symbolic as well as spiritual representation of the enlightened one's wisdom and knowledge. Buddha Idols are crafted so as to represent the vast wealth of knowledge he possesses being the awakened one. Buddha's serene smile of the face symbolizing the Buddha's peaceful and calm nature. The Buddha statues are normally depicted with curly, short hair, in order to show that the prince Siddhartha had cut off his topknot to renounce is prince-hood and his privileged past. The Buddha statues symbolizes the disconnection between the mind and body. Such state is also known as Bodhisattva. Similarly, Buddha Idols are also known to have another protuberance, on the top of the Buddha's Statue, known as the Ushnisha, which is a three-dimensional oval at the top. The ushnisha represents the attainment of the Buddha's enlightenment and his reliance in the spiritual guide, though the original function of the ushnisha may have been to represent a crown on the Buddha's Idol. The have half-closed eyes which show a state of meditation: looking inward into the self as well as outward. The faint smile on the statue also depicts the serene nature and nobility of the Buddha after attaining enlightenment. A dot between the eyes, or the urna, is also another peculiar feature of the Buddha Statue. This round tuft of hair between the eyebrows symbolize the supernatural vision of the Buddha Though elongated earlobes in the Buddha heads represent the Buddha's hearing power which is believed that he hears what is needed in the world, the exact reason behind is elongated earlobes may be due the vestiges of his life as a prince, when he wore extravagant and heavy jewellery and earrings on his ears.