Fully Gold Gilded 8.75" Manjushri Statue - Right
Fully Gold Gilded 8.75" Manjushri Statue - Right Fully Gold Gilded 8.75" Manjushri Statue - Front Fully Gold Gilded 8.75" Manjushri Statue - Back Fully Gold Gilded 8.75" Manjushri Statue - Left

Fully Gold Gilded 8.75″ Nepali Manjushri Statue, Hand Face Painted

SGD 1,399.00 SGD 719.00

Statue Identity: Manjushri, Sword of Wisdom, Abhaya Mudra
Product Dimensions: Height: 8.75″ Width: 7″ Depth: 4″

Production Method: Lost Wax Method, Fully Gilded, Hand Face Painted
Production Materials: Copper Alloy, 24k Gold
Shipping Weight: Approx. 2500 grams

Currency: Singapore Dollar

Description

Our master artisan created this beautiful Nepali Manjushri statue to include a bodhisattva crown and jewelry. At the request of the buyer, we would be happy to adorn the crown and jewels of this statue with turquoise and red stones. At no extra charge, the skilled artisan can embellish the statue with these special decorations before delivery.

The color turquoise is a special combination of blue and green. Indeed, blue signifies the purity of the Buddhas and green symbolizes Manjushri’s readiness to act. He wears it well and will inspire all those who lay their eyes on this statue.

Youthful Nepali Manjushri Statue

The Manjushri statue features the youthfulness that is commonly associated with him. However, this does not indicate that he is merely a youth. Instead it is believed that an enlightened being will see the world from a refreshed perspective. Therefore, one who obtains insight knowledge will see the world anew and be reborn. The youthful features and association with wisdom make the Manjushri statue a popular selection among students. 

Manjushri translates as “Gentle Glory” in Sanskrit. This Nepali Manjushri statue wields a flaming sword in his right hand which signifies that wisdom and analysis will always annihilate ignorance. As a result, the “sword” of wisdom is an effective weapon needed to stop the endless cycle of rebirth and suffering.

In his left hand the Manjushri statue is holding the stem of a lotus blossom between his thumb and index finger. The lotus is believed to be surmounted by the book of transcendent wisdom.

Manjushri Mantra

Manjushri is also highly associated with the Manjushri Mantra “om arapacana dhih”. The association is so strong that he is also known by the name “Arapacana”. The Manjushri mantra Tibetan pronunciation has a slight deviation “om a ra pa tsa na dhih”. The Manjushri mantra benefits will enhance your ability to debate, memorize, read, write and absorb knowledge. Thus, it may enhance the academic performance of students.

“om a ra pa tsa na dhih”

Manjushri is a Meditation Deity

In Vajrayana Buddhism Manjushri is a meditation deity who is considered to be a fully enlightened Buddha. This is a typical variation in the significance of Buddhist deities. As a result, in some beliefs the deity is a Bodhisattva and in others he is a Buddha. Therefore, Manjushri is considered to be both a Buddha statue and also a Bodhisattva statue. Click here to learn more about Manjushri.      

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