It is Vairocana that stands in the middle of the main hall of the exhibition centre. It symbolises the shining light. Vairocana Buddha also called the Great Day of the Tathagata, whose lights brighten the dharmadhatu. It helps with no discrimination in cultivating the goodness of innumerable sentient beings, and blesses the accomplishments of all the great activities in the world.
The Buddha statue in the exhibition centre was made by copper steel. It looks like a dignified body of Buddha. His eyebrows are like Buddha's light, compassionately gazing at all sentient beings and brighten the world. Paying homage to Varoicana, one's body and mind will be pristine and brightening. Obstacles are removed and heart is filled with joy and peace.