Avalokiteshvara


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a male Bodhisattva

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Head of Avalokiteshvara, Tang dynasty (618-906), dry lacquer, ht 67.
Caption: 2 a-d Avalokiteshvara panels, Banteay Chhmar temple, southern part of the western gallery: (a and b, above) in situ; (c and d, below) now in the National Museum of Cambodia.
I then asked the students to consider where they thought they might have found Avalokiteshvara in the museum--would the sculpture be placed with other works of the same kind, or of the same time period; or might it be placed with other types of artwork, like next to a modern sculpture by Constantin Brancusi?
For example, the Green Tara mandala represents the female manifestation of Avalokiteshvara, the symbol of compassion.
Urban residences show a Western layout, but a sculpture of Avalokiteshvara (guanyin) is in each room, incorporating the hand symbolism of the lotus, giving the family a sense of perfection in purity.
Salvation: Images of the Buddhist Deity of Compassion, a showcase of sculptural images of the deity Avalokiteshvara and a curtain-raiser for the fall exhibition of Buddhist meditational art.
It's just that for the first time since what happened, I've found peace in the Glorious Root-Guru, the Blessed One, Avalokiteshvara.
It is this exact fear, perhaps, that has led the Dalai Lama to recently intimate that he might declare himself the last Dalai to be the reincarnation of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of compassion, a 607-year-old lineage; subsequent Dalai Lamas could then be elected by a gathering of the highest monks living in exile in India choosing one of their number.
245) points out that "as a lord of mountains, Avalokiteshvara is sometimes represented with five heads, in which case he resembles Shiva as Pancha-anana.
Titled after an imaginary bird in turn deriving its name from Avalokiteshvara, one of the Bodhisattvas, or enlightened ones, of Buddhism, the novel is structured around the Latin palindrome SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS, which can mean both "The farmer carefully maintains his plow in the furrows" and "The plowman carefully sustains the world in its orbit.
I take inspiration from the story of Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion, who chose to delay nirvana and remain among civilization until all other sentient beings had attained enlightenment.
Of the spectacular series of bas-reliefs of multi-arm Avalokiteshvara, only two can currently be seen in situ, there are possibly more in the rubble?
The cult of the Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva and His Earthly Incarnations in the History of the Tibetan Statehood during the 7th-19th Centuries.