【京都・三十三間堂/千手観音坐像(1254年)】湛慶作。檜材の寄木造。漆箔、玉眼。42手で千手を表す通例の像形。42本の手のうち、2本は胸前で合掌、もう2本は腹前で宝鉢を持ち、他の38本の脇手で法輪、錫杖、水瓶等様々な持物を持つ。

【京都・三十三間堂/千手観音坐像(1254年)】湛慶作。檜材の寄木造。漆箔、玉眼。42手で千手を表す通例の像形。42本の手のうち、2本は胸前で合掌、もう2本は腹前で宝鉢を持ち、他の38本の脇手で法輪、錫杖、水瓶等様々な持物を持つ。

京都 東山(とうざん)泉涌寺 楊貴妃観音堂 楊貴妃観音像

京都 東山(とうざん)泉涌寺 楊貴妃観音堂 楊貴妃観音像

Amitabha Triad, Kaikei, Kodai-in temple, Mt. Koya, Wakayama

Amitabha Triad, Kaikei, Kodai-in temple, Mt. Koya, Wakayama

国宝 東大寺 広目天

国宝 東大寺 広目天

028.jpg (1076×1681)* Arielle Gabriel, author of The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel is a Buddhist who writes about the miracles of Kuan Yin in her book The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, when she suffered financial disaster in the mercenary city of Hong Kong *

028.jpg (1076×1681)* Arielle Gabriel, author of The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel is a Buddhist who writes about the miracles of Kuan Yin in her book The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, when she suffered financial disaster in the mercenary city of Hong Kong *

Daigensui Myoo (a Buddhist deity believed to have the virtue to convert impurity into purity) standing statue (important cultural property) at Akishino-dera Temple (Nara)

Daigensui Myoo (a Buddhist deity believed to have the virtue to convert impurity into purity) standing statue (important cultural property) at Akishino-dera Temple (Nara)

醍醐寺 仏像棟安置の如意輪観音像

醍醐寺 仏像棟安置の如意輪観音像

【京都・三十三間堂/千手観音坐像(1254年)】湛慶作。檜材の寄木造。漆箔、玉眼。42手で千手を表す通例の像形。42本の手のうち、2本は胸前で合掌、もう2本は腹前で宝鉢を持ち、他の38本の脇手で法輪、錫杖、水瓶等様々な持物を持つ。

【京都・三十三間堂/千手観音坐像(1254年)】湛慶作。檜材の寄木造。漆箔、玉眼。42手で千手を表す通例の像形。42本の手のうち、2本は胸前で合掌、もう2本は腹前で宝鉢を持ち、他の38本の脇手で法輪、錫杖、水瓶等様々な持物を持つ。

Japanese Important Cultural Property,  A standing statue of 11-faced Kannon Bosatsu                        十一面観音菩薩立像(海龍王寺)

Japanese Important Cultural Property, A standing statue of 11-faced Kannon Bosatsu 十一面観音菩薩立像(海龍王寺)

*Vitaka Mudra, The Gesture of Debate, explaining the Buddha’s teachings with the hands raised and the tips of the forefingers and the thumbs touch each other.  #East #Asia #Buddha

*Vitaka Mudra, The Gesture of Debate, explaining the Buddha’s teachings with the hands raised and the tips of the forefingers and the thumbs touch each other. #East #Asia #Buddha

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