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|Painting, Indian ink and mineral pigments on silk, 96x60 cm|
|Origin: China, Tangut State of Hsi Hsia, Khara-Khoto, 12th 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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Manjusri (Ch: 文殊 Wénshū or 文殊師利菩薩 Wénshūshili Púsà; Jp: Monju; Tib: Jampelyang; Nepalese: मंजुश्री Manjushree) is a bodhisattva in the ...
These comprise the so-called great Bodhisattvas, such as Kwan Yin, Manjusri, Samantabhadra and Ksitigarbha, beings who had lived and attained Enlightenment ...
Manjusri, Bodhisattva of wisdom, is a mirror for the divine intelligence within each of us. He embodies the wisdom of all Buddhas in the past and those ...
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