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觀音塑像 - 西方淨土圖片專區 -  禪心論壇 (香港正信佛教論壇)  - Powered by Discuz!

觀音塑像 - 西方淨土圖片專區 - 禪心論壇 (香港正信佛教論壇) - Powered by Discuz!

法隆寺阿弥陀三尊像:光明皇后の母である橘三千代の念持仏と伝えられ、白鳳期に製作された厨子に安置されている。丸みを帯びた柔和な顔立ちに、白鳳期の特徴が伺える。

Japanese National Treasure, Amida (Amitabha, long-life buddha) triad made of bronze enshrined in the Lady Tachibana's Shrine of Horyuji Temple

Seated Buddha  Pakistan, Gandhara, Kushan Period (1st century-320)    Date: 1st half of the 3rd Century    Medium: gray schist

Seated Buddha Pakistan, Gandhara, Kushan Period Date: half of the Century Medium: gray schist

A highly important gray schist figure of the Emaciated Siddhartha, or 'Fasting Buddha' -  GANDHARA, 3RD/4TH CENTURY | Christie's

A highly important gray schist figure of the emaciated Siddhartha or 'Fasting Buddha' ref.

觀音塑像 - 西方淨土圖片專區 -  禪心論壇 (香港正信佛教論壇)  - Powered by Discuz!

觀音塑像 - 西方淨土圖片專區 - 禪心論壇 (香港正信佛教論壇) - Powered by Discuz!

2nd century B.C. sculpture of the starving Buddha @ Lahore Museum.
Lahore, Pakistan photo by jusmobile

sculpture of the starving Buddha @ Lahore Museum. Lahore, Pakistan photo by jusmobile

Seated Buddha, c. 4th Century Afghanistan or Pakistan, Gandhara, probably Hadda, late Kushan Period (1st century-320)

Seated Buddha, c. Century Afghanistan or Pakistan, Gandhara, probably Hadda, late Kushan Period

A Gray Schist Figure of Buddha   Gandhara, circa 4th Century   Seated in dhyanasana with his arms crossed before his chest in the gesture of teaching, dharmachakra mudra, wearing long flowing robes draped across his left shoulder, his face with a meditative expression and wavy hair rising to a domed topknot and backed by a nimbus  23¾ in. (68 cm.) high

A Gray Schist Figure of Buddha Gandhara, circa Century Seated in dhyanasana with his arms in the gesture of dharmachakra mudra and backed by a nimbus in.

Amitabha Buddha from Japan, 13th Century wood-carved, covered with red and gold lacquer

Amitabha Buddha from Japan, Century wood-carved, covered with red and gold lacquer

"Asceticism withers the body-what merit lies in that? True self-denial consists in kindness, self-control, compassion, truthfulness-the wise know these are true asceticism..." Words of Bhishma in the Mahabharata.

"Asceticism withers the body-what merit lies in that? True self-denial consists in kindness, self-control, compassion, truthfulness-the wise know these are true asceticism." Words of Bhishma in the Mahabharata.

Monk Kuya.  Sculpture by Kosho, Kamakura Period (1185-1333 CE), Japan.  Kosho carved small Buddha’s emerging from Kuya’s mouth, one for ...

jBy artist Kaya, century, Japan, of Monk Kuya Shonin C.) with six miniature Amida images flowing out of his mouth which represent the chanting of the six-character devotional nenbutsu to.

Joyful Yoga - August 2013

Joyful Lotus Yoga on

Beautiful painting by Zeng Hao! Green Tara - originally a Hindu goddess and later adopted by some forms of Buddhism. She is known as the mother of liberation, a protectress, an obstacle remover, and an earth mother.

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