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Vajrasattva- The Priest of Dhyani Buddhas
Vajrasattva- The Priest of Dhyani Buddhas Vajrasattva Statue Vajrasattva, the sixth Dhyani Buddha is regarded as the priest of the Five Inspirational Pancha Buddhas. Vajrasattva represents the principle of purification and is an ultimate Buddhist deity who defines the purity of the enlightened mind. Independent shrines are dedicated to his worship; he is not represented in the stupa like other [...]
Tibetan People – Devotees in Boudhanath Stupa – Buddha Eyes
Tibetan Girls at Boudhanath Loshar Festival
Guru Rinpoche- Padmasambhava
Guru Rinpoche- Padmasambhava Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rinpoche and Lotus born was a renowned and highly learned tantric yogi and teacher of Northern India. He is well known for the legendary foundation of Tibetan Buddhism. Padmasambhava was renowned for his knowledge of tantras and their efficacious application. He remained fifty years in Tibet founding Monasteries and teaching the tantras [...]
Chenrezig- The Lord of Compassion
Chenrezig- The Lord of Compassion Chenrezig statue Chenrezig is a form of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara and also known as Kharcherri. Avalokiteshvara is the lord who looks upon the world with compassion and kindness. He has vowed to free all sentient beings from suffering. He is revered by Buddhists as an incarnation born to spread peace in the world. He is also known as Six Syllabled Lokeshvara. [...]
Manjushree or Manjushri Buddhist Deity- The Guardian of Wisdom
Manjushree Buddhist Deity - The Guardian of Wisdom Manjushree is the Bodhisattva of wisdom and courage. "Manjushree", a Sanskrit word, is interpreted as 'wonderful virtue' or 'wonderfully auspicious. He is the most iconic figure in Mahayana art and literature. Manjushree is a chief of Bodhisattva and chief disciple of the historical Buddha Shakyamuni, he represents wisdom, intelligence and realization, [...]
Shakyamuni Buddha- The Life Of Buddha
Shakyamuni Buddha- The Life Of Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha was born in Kapilvastu District, Lumbini Zone (Nepal) in between 563 and 483 BC. He was born in a Shakya clan to father King Suddhodana and Queen Mahamaya the mother and was named ‘Siddhartha’. Siddhartha is believed to have reincarnated thousands of times as a Bodhisattva to earn good karma, a prerequisite towards [...]
Maitreya Buddha – The Future Buddha
Maitreya Buddha - The Future Buddha The name Maitreya is derived from the word "Maitri" from ancient Language called Sanskrit. The Sanskrit word "Maitri" means, kindness, love, benevolence, friendship, friendliness, goodwill. Therefore, he is also regarded as the Loving or Friendly One. He is regarded as the protector of the Dharma as well as a teacher who personally initiates his devotees. Maitreya [...]
Stone Buddha Statues
Stone Buddha Statues Stone Buddha statues are the oldest form of Buddha statues developed by historic Indian native Buddhist craftsmen. Throughout history many different types of stones have been used in creation of stone Buddha statues and sculptures. Various types of stones like sandstone, pumice, limestone, marble, basalt, alabaster, chalk, soapstone, etc. have been used for carving Buddha statues [...]
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