Buddha footprint | Wikipedia audio article | Wikipedia audio article

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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
– Socrates

The footprint of the Buddha is an imprint of Gautama Buddha’s one or both feet. There are two forms: natural, as found in stone or rock, and those made artificially. Many of the “natural” ones are acknowledged not to be actual footprints of the Buddha, but replicas or representations of them, which can be considered cetiya (Buddhist relics) and also an early aniconic and symbolic representation of the Buddha.