Buddhist Manjushri Statue – Peaceful Deity

Buddhist Manjushri Statue – Peaceful Deity

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Buddhist Manjushri Statue – Peaceful Deity is made in Nepal by statue artists. Bodhisattva Manjushri Statue means who embodies enlightened wisdom.

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Buddhist Manjushri Statue – Peaceful Deity is made in Nepal by statue artists. Bodhisattva Manjushri Statue means who embodies enlightened wisdom. His right hand is depicted with the sword of empty knowledge for eradicating ignorance, the fundamental cause of suffering, in Himalayan statue art.

He wears a wreath and is encrusted with expensive ornaments. He gained perfect enlightenment, according to one tradition, a long time ago. He descended into the earth as a Bodhisattva with the intention of benefiting all sentient beings.

He was one of Lord Shakyamuni’s eight prominent disciples who used to ask inquiries about emptiness for the benefit of other listeners. Buddhists believe he is the only deity of wisdom who grants believers the ability to improve their memory and intellect.

As a result, a devotee can grasp the Buddha’s teachings’ enormous and profound significance. Nobody can develop the realization of emptiness without Majuri’s blessings.

Weight 3421 Grams
Size 33 x 24 x 14cm
Material Copper

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Weight 3.421 kg
Dimensions 24 × 33 cm

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