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The Japanese consider Prince Shotoku (r. 575-621 AD) the founder of Japanese Buddhism.

Shotoku Taishi as a child, Japan, Kamakura Period AD). Prince Shotoku (r. AD), considered the founder of Japanese Buddhism.

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvar, Ming dynasty (1368–1644) Date: 15th–16th century Culture: China Medium: Leaded brass, lost-wax cast Dimensions: H. 15 1/8 in. (38.4 cm) Classification: Rogers Fund

Bodhisattva AvalokiteshvaraPeriod: Ming dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium: Leaded brass, lost-wax cast Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1912 Accession Number: Met *another similar one

十一面観音立像-zyuuichimenkannonryuuzou- (ekādaśamukha) One of bodhisattvas. He is the bodhisattva from whom 観音菩薩(kannonbosatsu) mutated.He is a bodhisattva who has a face of 10 or 11 in addition to the face of a main part. 法華時(hokkeji)

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

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devoted to images of Buddhism. love the feelings of peace they evoke in me.

Bronze Buddha Statue Indian Buddhism Buddhist Religious Art Sculpture

Photo of Bronze Buddha Statue Indian Buddhism Buddhist Religious Art Sculpture

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Thousand Armed Kannon (Avalokiteshvara) from Omi: Spiritual Home of Gods and Buddhas //

Late 8th C. Juichimen Kannon 11-Headed. Kaniman-ji Temple Japan

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

醍醐寺 仏像棟安置の如意輪観音像Statue of Bodhisattvas

醍醐寺 仏像棟安置の如意輪観音像Statue of Bodhisattvas

Let no sadness come to this heart, let no trouble come to these arms, let no conflict come to these eyes, let my soul be filled with the blessings of joy and peace.

Ignore the antagonistic, insecure and pugnacious characteristics . Speaking bad of others that they do not know. I feel very sad for you. To carry inside, spreading lies and hate.

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