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Buddha Muchalinda Black Stone Nepal, circa 11th-12th century 5 in (13 cm)

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Mahapratisara, the Buddhist Protectress, 10th century. India (Bihar). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Florence and Herbert Irving Gift, 1991 (1991.108) | Female bodhisattvas like this Tara were becoming increasingly important to the Buddhist communities of North India. In her lower left hand she holds a palm leaf manuscript suggesting she may have been understood as a manifestation of this text or the very embodiment of Buddhist ideology. #Buddhism

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Votive Plaque: Seated Buddha in a Temple

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Stele with Eight Great Events from the Life of the Buddha, 10th century. India, Bihar, possibly from Nalanda. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (2009.541) | Relief sculptures showing the great pilgrim sites take on increasing importance across north India. The most significant scene is the central Buddha touching the earth at the moment of his enlightenment under the Bodhi tree at Bodhgaya. Surrounding him are seven other scenes of his life. #Buddhism

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Votive Plaque (Tsa Tsa) with a Stupa, 10th–11th century. Tibet. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Rogers Fund, by exchange, 2011 (2011.43) | This molded clay votive plaque (“tsa tsa”) from Tibet presents a stepped stupa similar to those of north India. The “ye dharma” inscription in the background caries core the meaning of the Buddha’s teachings. This status as the Buddha’s “dharma body” gives this plaque a very real relic significance. #Buddhism

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Buddha Seated under the Bodhi Tree

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9th-10th c. Japanese Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (Kannon , Heian period, F1909.344a-i

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Nepal | Buddhist officiant (Mukata) Vajrasattva headdress; copper, gold, inlaid with stones | c. 1145

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zen rock garden

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