These are Buddha Eyes and they look out in the four directions to symbolize the omniscience (all-seeing) of a Buddha. The Buddha eyes are so prevalent throughout the country that they have become a symbol of Nepal itself. Between the Buddha's eyes where the nose would be is the Nepali character for the number 1, which symbolizes unity of all the things as well as the one way to reach enlightenment. Above this is a third eye, symbolizing the all-seeing wisdom of the Buddha.
Close up of a hand of Great Buddha of Asuka-dera temple, 609A.C., Important Cultural Property of Japan: photo by DOMON Ken 飛鳥寺金堂釈迦如来坐像 撮影：土門拳
Buddha statue at sunset, Province Nan, Thailand by keangs Seksan on 500px
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