A true epitome of Lord Bhuddha, Mathakuar Shrine is the oldest scared place located near the Nirvana Stupa, in Kushinagar. A Colossal statue of Lord Buddha is established inside this temple depicting the lecture, art and culture of Buddhist. Carved with one block, this statue displays the posture of Buddha under the "Bodhi Tree" known as “Bhumi Sparsh Mudra “(Earth touching attitude). The inscription which was written below the statue was about 10th or 11th Century A.D. This Shrine stands on about 300 yards from Kushinagar and about 400 yards form the Parinirvana stupa. Tourists can find an image of the Buddha in the pose of bhumi sparsha mudra made up of black stones.
Facing to the south-west bears the Main Site, passing by the road, the Matha-kuar shrine has an immerse statue of Buddha, known as Matha-kuar. The height of this statue is about 3.05 m in height and is shaped out of one block of the blue stone of the Gaya region which representatively states the supreme moment in Buddha's life.