Painting

Mahasthamaprapta

Mahasthamaprapta
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Painting, Indian ink and mineral pigments on silk, 125x62.5 cm
Origin: China, Tangut State of Hsi Hsia, Khara-Khoto, 13th century
Source of entry: State Russian Museum, 1933
Theme: Oriental Religion and Mythology
Exibition: Chinese Art and Culture: 2,000 BC - 20th century

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Mahasthamaprapta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This altar display at a temple in Taiwan shows Amitabha in the center, flanked by Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva on the viewer's right and ...
Harold Stewart on Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva
His name in Sanskrit, Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva, signifies that he is the possessor of great authority and power, delegated no doubt from the Other Power ...
Mahasthamaprapta: Definition from Answers.com
Mahāsthāmaprāpta ‘He who has obtained Great Power’, the name of an important mythical Bodhisattva . He is especially popular in east Asian Buddhism.
Mahasthamaprapta -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Mahasthamaprapta:...Amitayus (Sanskrit : “Infinite Lifespan”). He is flanked in the Pure Land he created in ...

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