Tibetan Buddhist Manjushree Statue from Nepal 9"
This is an elegant hand carved Tibetan Manjushree statue from Nepal. Manjushree is also called Jampelyang or Sword of Wisdom which is made with oxidized copper alloy and Hand Painted on face with 24 carat gold. Manjushree embodies the all-knowing insight of edification - the insight that perceives the real essence of the real world. He can separate among right and wrong perspectives and among valuable and non-advantageous moves to be made on one's profound way. He gives insight, information, astuteness, dominance of the lessons, expressiveness and memory.
Manjushri's left hand is in Vitarka Mudra, the token of educating and scholarly conversation. This hand likewise holds the stem of a lotus bloom that upholds the Prajnaparamita, or Perfection of Wisdom sutra. The flaring blade in his right hand represents the force of segregating astuteness to slice through obliviousness, the base of all torment. Manjushri, in this blade employing present, is illustrative of the boldness and effort should have tried to understand opportunity.
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Weight: 1.54 kg 3.39 lbs
Material: Copper with gold plated