Vintage Four Armed Chinese Buddhism Deity Avalokiteshwara Statue 18"

Vintage Four Armed Chinese Buddhism Deity Avalokiteshwara Statue 18"
Vintage Four Armed Chinese Buddhism Deity Avalokiteshwara Statue 18"

Vintage Four Armed Chinese Buddhism Deity Avalokiteshwara Statue 18"

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  • Product Details : Product Code - 124200 || Width x Depth (Inches) - 8.4 x 10.8 Inches || Height (Inches) - 18 Inches || Weight (In Kg) - 8 Kg || Material - Brass || Made In India
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Avalokiteshvara is a Sanskrit word meaning the Lord who looks down is popularly referred to as the Four-armed Buddha. Avalokiteshvara is worshipped in Buddhism as Amitabh (Buddha of boundless light) and Hinduism as Shiva both in different forms. The origin of the god Avalokiteshvara can be traced back to India who has the power to postpone its own Buddhahood to help people till the time they attain moksha. The main objective of Avalokiteshvara is to eradicate suffering and help people achieve the ultimate divine peace.

In Buddhism, Avalokiteshvara is the earthly manifestation of Buddha who is very close to the icon of Amitabh Buddha. This form is said to guard the world during the time between the departure of Gautam Buddha (Historical Buddha) and the arrival of Future Buddha (Maitreya Buddha). The facial expression of the statue of Avalokiteshvara is soothing with a smile and softness on the face and eyes looking down like a blessing on people.

The idol is also the symbol of Lord Shiva according to Hindus. The idol encompasses the power and attributes of Lord Shiva with a face glowing like moonlight. The vibration around the place where it is kept is positive, peaceful, and silent.

The idol of Avalokiteshvara appears in both male and female form which is holding lotus flower as a sign of purity. There are almost 108 avatars of Avalokiteshvara which are identified as female or male both according to different communities. This form represents bodhisattva in Buddhism and is referred to as female figure Guanyin in Chinese, male Chenrezig in Tibet, Jana Baha Dyah in Nepal Mandal, Natha Deviyo in Sri Lanka, Lokanatha in Myanmar, and more.

The sculpture or the icon of Avalokiteshvara appears in various forms, where it is shown with thousand arms in some and with four arms and hand in others. The downward gaze imparts a relaxing look which reflects forgiveness, calmness, and also power. The idol is also seen with missing legs, arms, and hands with only the upper portion of the body in existence.

As per Tibetan belief, Dalai Lama is said to be the reincarnation of Avalokiteshvara. A three-day Pauri Festival of Avalokiteshvara is celebrated by both Hindus and Buddhists.

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