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A fine likeness in brass of Green Tara, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity. She is seen here in her posture of ease with right leg extended, signifying her readiness to spring into action. The left leg is folded in the contemplative position on the lotus pedestal, the two together thus symbolizing the integration of wisdom and art. A perfect statue for your home altar or other sacred space. Made in India.
This resin formed Medicine Buddha holds in his right hand the stem of the Aruna fruit or Myrobalan between thumb and forefinger. The left hand rests on his lap, holding a jar of medicine. Statue is suitable for your home altar or other sacred space. Nepal.
This white metal statue represents Kuan Yin, standing wearing her headdress and in flowing robes, she holds a lotus flower. This statue is Quan Yin, also spelled Guan Yin, or Kwan Yin, the Bodhisattva of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means Observing the Sounds of the World. This 3.5 inch statue is a good travel companion and can also be placed on your home altar or sacred space. India-made.
Because it is made with seeds from the Buddha wisdom tree, a bodhi seed mala is considered auspicious to use for all practices. This mala is designed to help keep your place in the rhythmic recitations of mantra prayers. Made from locals residing in Kathmandu Valley, each bead measures 10mm diameter. It also features a red cord with knotted detail. Strung on a stretchy brown cord. Handmade in Nepal.
Our Tibetan Buddhist hand-held prayer wheel, sometimes referred to as a Mani wheel, is 12 inches long and 3 inches in diameter and is constructed of copper, brass and wood, embellished with coral and turquoise stones around the wheel. The Buddhist mantra Om Mane Padme Om is written around the outside of prayer wheel. The handle serves as axis around which the cylinder can revolve, being set in motion by a small weight which is attached to it by a chain. The cylinder contains a paper roll on which Buddhist texts are printed. According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition based on the lineage texts regarding prayer wheels, spinning such a wheel will have much the same meritorious effect as orally reciting the prayers. Use your prayer wheel to accumulate wisdom and merit (good karma) and to purify negativities (bad karma). Made in India.