Buddhism includes a wide array of divine beings that are venerated in various ritual and popular contexts. Initially, they included mainly Indian deities such as devas and yakshas but later came to include other Asian spirits and local gods. They range from enlightened Buddhas to regional spirits adopted by Buddhists or practiced on the margins of the religion.
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VajrapaniFrom $199,00( 45 x 58 cm )Quick View
Vajrapani is the protector and guide of Buddha Shakyamuni and symbolizes the Buddha’s power. The warth of vajrapani is not ordinary anger but some wisdom-anger manifesting in its most indestructible or vajra nature, with the capacity of terrifying all the
Samantabhadra Kuntu ThangkaFrom $49,00( 18 x 24 cm )Quick View
Samantabhadra meaning the ‘All Good’ or ‘Ever Perfect’, is the Adi or Primordial Buddha of the Nyingma or ‘ancient-school’ of Tibetan Buddhism, where he is recognized as the sublime source from which many of the Mahayoga, Anuyoga, and Atiyoga.
Six BuddhaFrom $139,00( 38 x 51 cm )Quick View
The Six Realms are a description of conditioned existence, into which beings are reborn. Although sometimes they are described as “real” places, more often these days they are appreciated as allegories.The nature of one’s existence is determined by karma.The