Meet Mindar, a humanoid that teaches Buddhism


Mindar, a humanoid creation: Day by day, robots are snatching the jobs from humans and their next goal is to access – religion or spirituality, depending on how you see it.

As per tech reports, Mindar, a humanoid is now delivering Buddhist teachings and sermons at the Kodaiji Temple in Kyoto, Japan.

At Osaka University, this Mindar was given shape by a team. Its body is created out of aluminum, with silicone used for its face and hands.

This advanced and innovative version of Kannon, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, Mindar costs more than USD 90,000 when was finally given the appearance.

On May 6, the temple will host Mindar’s chanting and teching.