金剛夜叉明王立像

Kongo Yaksha (Vajrayaksa) destroyer of foolish human desires; His rite was believed to be especially efficacious for subduing demons and enemies and for gaining the love and respect of others.

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crashinglybeautiful: A Musical Bodhisatva: Photo by a Japanese photographer, from a 1966 portfolio of photos of “The Byodo-in.” Courtesy of Ohio State University. I think I got this link from couleurs.

The Asian Art Museum is deeply saddened to hear of the heartbreaking, unspeakable tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut this morning. Our thoughts are with those who are suffering. Sho Kannon is one of the most popular deities in the Japanese Buddhist pantheon. He watches over humankind and extends his limitless compassion to all who suffer.

Sho Kannon is one of the most popular deities in the Japanese Buddhist pantheon. He watches over humankind and extends his limitless compassion to all who suffer.

運慶

Buddha Statues, Masks, God

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Shaka sanzon (Shaka triad) seated statue, (national treasure), the principal image of the Kami-no-mido hall of Horyu-ji Temple

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WATER MOON FORM (SHUIYU) fter the tenth century, one of the more prominent representations of Avalokiteshvara shows the bodhisattva seated with the right knee raised and the left leg crossed before the body. The posture is the Water Moon manifestation,

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