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Hinduism, Buddhism

和歌山県清水町 吉祥寺 木造不動明王立像(国重文)

和歌山県清水町 吉祥寺 木造不動明王立像(国重文)

Burke Collection | Fudō Myōō (不動明王) and Two Attendants

Mary Griggs Burke assembled an unparalleled collection of Asian art — more than one thousand Japanese, Chinese and Korean masterworks spanning five millennia — between 1963 and

不動明王立像 奈良県指定文化財 南北朝時代 忍辱山 圓成寺 護摩堂

不動明王立像 奈良県指定文化財 南北朝時代 忍辱山 圓成寺 護摩堂

不動明王二童子立像-fudoumyouounidouziryuuzou- (acala naatha) One of Buddha. 不動明王 lives in the world of the flame called 火生三昧(kashouzanmai). 明王 has a sword in the right hand and has 羂索 (kensaku) in the left hand. 峰定寺(buzyouji)

不動明王二童子立像-fudoumyouounidouziryuuzou- (acala naatha) One of Buddha. 不動明王 lives in the world of the flame called 火生三昧(kashouzanmai). 明王 has a sword in the right hand and has 羂索 (kensaku) in the left hand.

不動明王【Fudo-Myooh】

He carries “kurikara” or devil-subduing sword in right hand (representing wisdom cutting through ignorance); holds rope in left hand (to catch and bind up demons); and is seated on rock (because Fudo is “immovable” in his faith).