Amitayus Buddha

Amitayus Buddha

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( 18 x 26 cm )

At the center of the Thangka, a sphere is the Buddha Amitayus, red and peaceful. The two hands placed in the lap are in the mudra of meditation holding a golden vase of long-life nectar.

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At the center of the Thangka, a sphere is the Buddha Amitayus, red and peaceful. The two hands placed in the lap area in the mudra of meditation holding a golden vase of long-life nectar.

Adorned with gold, jewel ornaments and silks he sits in vajra posture atop a lotus seat. Surrounding that, on an 8 petalled lotus, are 8 identical forms of Amitayus.

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Additional information

Dimensions 18 × 26 cm
Size

Small, Medium, Large

Materials

Cotton Canvas, Gouache

Spiritual power

Mantra

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    Hugo Patrick

    High quality and great artwork!!

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Buddha Amitayus or Buddha of Limitless Life is a Buddha aspect or a deity associated with meditations and mantras for a long life. Amitayus is in Mahayana and Vajrayana considered another form of Buddha Amitabha, Buddha Amitayus. The major Mahayana sutras describing Amitayus are the small and large Sukhavativyuha where he is teaching beings in the Pure Land of Amitabha, and the Amitayurdhyana sutra. Often both names are used interchangeably. The more specific sutra on Buddha Amitayus is the Arya Aparamita Ayurgyena Nama Mahayana Sutra or the Great Vehicle Sutra of Unfathomable Exalted Life and Transcendental Wisdom, although it is more like a hymn proclaiming the merits and virtues of Amitayus and giving us the long mantra of Amitayus.

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