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1001 [Wikipedia says statues of Kannon : Sanjusangendo temple, Kyoto, Japan. The statues are made of Japanese cypress clad in gold leaf. Buddhist Temple, Buddhist Art, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Buddhism Religion, Buddha Buddhism, Culture Art, Japanese Temple, Japan Travel

1001 statues of Kannon : Sanjusangendo temple, Kyoto, Japan / Japón

Imagenes de Kannon en el templo Sanjusangen-do de Kioto・ 日本・ 京都市・三十三間堂 buddhism / religion / statue / goddess / gold Pulsa L para verla más grande sobre negro / Hit L to see big on black Pulsa F para marcar como favorita / Hit F to fave

indian sculpture Lord Siva with 26 faces and 52 hands on the temple tower Sucheendram Tamilnadu. Indian Temple Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Architecture Images, Classical Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Mandala Chakra

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“Lord Siva with 26 faces and 52 hands on the temple tower Sucheendram Tamilnadu. #ProudIndian”

Vitaka Mudra, The Gesture of Debate, explaining the Buddha’s teachings with the hands raised and the tips of the forefingers and the thumbs touch each other. Again you can see the Lao gung point in the center of the palm, this time depicted as a flower. Buddha Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Buddha Zen, Buddha's Hand, Hand Art, Hand Mudras, Little Buddha, Art Sculpture, Asian Art

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Vitaka Mudra, The Gesture of Debate, explaining the Buddha’s teachings with the hands raised and the tips of the forefingers and the thumbs touch each other. #East #Asia #Buddha

A Man Mo Temple (traditional Chinese: 文武廟) is a temple for the worship of the civil or literature god Man Tai (文帝) / Man Cheong (文昌) and the martial god Mo Tai (武帝) / Kwan Tai (關帝), popularly patronized by scholars and students seeking progress in their s Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, A New York Minute, Asian Architecture, Art Asiatique, Into The West, China Travel, Italy Travel

A Man Mo Temple (traditional Chinese: 文武廟) is a temple for the worship of the civil or literature god Man Tai (文帝) / Man Cheong (文昌) and the martial god Mo Tai (武帝) / Kwan Tai (關帝), popularly patronized by scholars and students seeking progress in their study or ranking in the civil examinations in the Ming and Qing dynasties. There are several Man Mo Temples in Hong Kong.

represents the artwork of gerhard hámor and his taste (master of aesthetics, photographer, DJ) Sculptures Céramiques, Sculpture Art, Sculpture Ideas, Jaguar, Anatomy Reference, Drawing Reference, Foto Art, Zbrush, Dark Art

Ganymedes Rocks — cashipan: 【足】 善光寺の阿吽の木像 With tonight’s Winter...

Ganymedes Rocks — cashipan: 【足】 善光寺の阿吽の木像 With tonight’s Winter...

Japan' Stream of Art Buddha Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Sculptures, Art Buddha, Elefante Hindu, Statues, Dragons, Thai Art, Temples

彫刻 Sculpture - Japanese Garden&Art - 念佛宗(念仏宗無量寿寺) 兵庫県加東市

Japanese Garden&Art 念佛宗(念仏宗無量寿寺) 総本山 兵庫県加東市 www.youtube.com/user/asusume www.facebook.com/Nenbutsushu nenbutsushuart.tumblr.com/ www.nenbutsushu.or.jp/ Nenbutsushu Sanpouzan Muryojuji "The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism" This is the only temple of the world that Buddha scriptures are dedicated by Buddhist leaders from 33 countries and one region around the world, His Majesty the King, His Excellency Prime Minister, and President of the Country.

Haulé's home in Teon Wu. Chinese Garden, Chinese Art, Fantasy Landscape, Fantasy Art, Scenery Background, Fantasy Places, Chinese Architecture, Anime Scenery, Ancient Art

[Sưu Tầm] Ảnh Đẹp (。・ω・。)ノ♡ - Phong Cảnh Cổ Đại (5)

Read Phong Cảnh Cổ Đại (5) from the story [Sưu Tầm] Ảnh Đẹp (。・ω・。)ノ♡ by ntthao7702 (Ngthanhthao) with 537 reads. coulpe, chibi, phongcảnh.

Buddha with Three Faces.Japanese important cultural property, Hoshi Washo statue, Heian Era 重要文化財 宝誌和尚立像 Heian Era, Heian Period, Culture Art, Arte Tribal, Art Premier, Religion, Buddhist Art, Religious Art, Ancient Art

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Statue of Buddhist priest Houshi (宝誌和尚像) at Saiou-ji temple(西往寺) in Kyoto, Japan (via munan15)

In Buddhism, compassion is embodied in the bodhisattva Guanyin (Kuan Yin) who is said to manifest wherever beings need help. The Hearer of Cries. Posted by Sifu Derek Frearson. Chinese Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Bodh Gaya, National Art Museum, Buddha Life, Guanyin, Gods And Goddesses, China, Compassion

A DI DA PHAT QUAN THE AM BO TAT DAI THE CHI BO TAT GUANYIN KWANYIN BUDDHA 10237

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