Daiitoku myōō statue, 1251~1299, Japan

wooden sculpture featuring a grimacing, multi-limbed Buddhist deity astride a kneeling bull

Statue, temple Todai-ji #japan #nara

Statue, temple Todai-ji Guardian if the temple.

Kōmoku-ten, Guardian King of the West, Tōdai-ji, Nara, Japan.

Kōmoku-ten, Guardian King of the West, Nara, Japan

Kongo Bosatsu statue at Ninnaji, Kyoto, Japan 金剛華菩薩 仁和寺

Kongo Bosatsu statue at Ninna-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan 金剛華菩薩 仁和寺 by MyohoDane

Naraen Kongo (Nio Guardians) : Sanjusangendo temple, Kyoto, Japan

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Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongogo Bosatsu  金剛業菩薩座像(東寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statues of the 5 Great Bodhisattvas - Kongogo Bosatsu 金剛業菩薩座像(東寺):

Japanese guardian God, Nara, Japan: photo by Brett Clarke, via Flickr

Statue of benevolent gardien (Niō), Nara, Japan: photo by Brett Clarke.

Deva King, Guardian God at Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan: photo by TANAKA Juuyoh

Does not suffer fools. Like the Deva King, Guardian God at Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan: photo by TANAKA Juuyoh

Eleven-Headed Kannon (Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon wasone of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

Eleven-Headed Kannon (Ekadashamukha) Japan Nanbokuchô period century Wood with lacquer and gold-leaf decoration; inlaid crystal eyes The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva.

egonkey:  porquepuedopuedes:  ffactory:  Daiitoku Myō-ō from Tō-ji (東寺) aka East Temple, a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect in Kyoto; 9th c.  (via manjidera)

Myoo(Vidyā-rāja) of Japanese Buddha statue

Buddhist statue 仏像 - 念佛宗(念仏宗無量寿寺) 南門 仁王像010

Fo beings - Buddha were (Amitayus Temple).

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Bishamonten 毘沙門天像(鞍馬寺)

Japanese National Treasure, Statue of Bishamonten 毘沙門天像(鞍馬寺)

Crowned #Buddha brass statue | #Buddhist #art

Brass Statue of Bodhisattva

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