Bodhisattva - Japan

Bodhisattva - Japan

fudo myo - Sa Murai / FUDO MYOO (in Japanese) - or ACALA (in Sanskrit) - | "Para se Ser um Bom Samurai é Preciso Ter um Pouco de Sangue Preto" Provérbio Japonês

fudo myo - Sa Murai / FUDO MYOO (in Japanese) - or ACALA (in Sanskrit) - | "Para se Ser um Bom Samurai é Preciso Ter um Pouco de Sangue Preto" Provérbio Japonês

A magnificent large wood figure of Manjusri seated on a lion. China, Yuan dynasty, 14th century

A magnificent large wood figure of Manjusri seated on a lion. China, Yuan dynasty, 14th century

Suigetsu Kannon

Suigetsu Kannon

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Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Unchu Kuyo Bosatsu 雲中供養菩薩像 北9号像(平等院) Buddha , Statues and Icons : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Unchu Kuyo Bosatsu 雲中供養菩薩像 北9号像(平等院) Buddha , Statues and Icons : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Unchu Kuyo Bosatsu 雲中供養菩薩像 南3号像(平等院) Buddha , Statues and Icons : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Unchu Kuyo Bosatsu 雲中供養菩薩像 南3号像(平等院) Buddha , Statues and Icons : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara In Water Moon Form...

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara In Water Moon Form...

See the Huayan Monastery The Huayan Monastery is a sprawling complex of pagodas and temples. Of particular note is the Great Hall, which was the largest of the Liao or Jin Dynasties. Click to read more. http://passportchronicles.com/how-to/china-how-to/101-travel-experiences-in-china/

See the Huayan Monastery The Huayan Monastery is a sprawling complex of pagodas and temples. Of particular note is the Great Hall, which was the largest of the Liao or Jin Dynasties. Click to read more. http://passportchronicles.com/how-to/china-how-to/101-travel-experiences-in-china/

Bodhisattvas are deities who, unlike Buddhas, forgo Nirvana until that time when all sentient beings shall have attained enlightenment. Of these, Guanyin became the most popular as the deity of mercy and compassion, answering prayers and protecting the faithful from catastrophe. The body and base of ‘Guanyin of the Southern Sea’ (Apart from the right forearm), were carved from the trunk of a single tree.

Bodhisattvas are deities who, unlike Buddhas, forgo Nirvana until that time when all sentient beings shall have attained enlightenment. Of these, Guanyin became the most popular as the deity of mercy and compassion, answering prayers and protecting the faithful from catastrophe. The body and base of ‘Guanyin of the Southern Sea’ (Apart from the right forearm), were carved from the trunk of a single tree.

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