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Bodhisattva Sculptures

0.62 inch Length X 1.60 inch Width X 4.00 inch Height
$35.00
2.90 inch Length X 1.70 inch Width X 3.90 inch Height
$35.00
2.50 inch Length X 1.80 inch Width X 4.00 inch Height
$35.00
27.00 inch Length X 18.00 inch Width X 38.80 inch Height
$2495.00
8.00 inch Length X 5.00 inch Width X 9.00 inch Height
$273.00
The Matchless Beauty Of Green Tara
  • Green Chola
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13.5 inch Height x 9.5 inch Width x 8 inch Depth
$325.00
Bodhisattva Vajrasana In Padmasana
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8.7 inch Height x 6.2 inch Width x 3.7 inch Depth
$125.00
5.4 inch Height x 3.8 inch Width x 2 inch Depth
$50.00
Tibetan Buddhist Deity Manjushri, Wielding The Characteristic Sword
  • Double Chola
  • Gold Silver
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5.4 inch Height x 3.7 inch Width x 2 inch Depth
$47.00
12.00 inch Height X 8.70 inch Width x 5.30 inch Depth
$299.00
Chenrezig (Shadakshari Lokeshvara), Most Popular Tibetan Deity
  • Alluring Antique Black Gold
  • Amazing Chola
  • Antique Brown Green Gold
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  • Brown Gold
  • Copper Gold
  • Double Chola
  • Green Chola
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5.4 inch Height x 3.7 inch Width x 2 inch Depth
$60.00
12.40 inch Height X 8.20 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth
$275.00
(Tibetan Buddhist Deity) Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara as Amoghapasa
  • Antique Brown Gold
  • Chola
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20.20 inch Height X 11.00 inch Width X 5.00 inch Depth
$575.00
Seated Bodhisattva Devi White Tara
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  • Chola
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27.5 inch Height X 20.0 inch Height X 14.0 inch Depth
$1325.00
31.50 inch Height X 27.00 inch Width x 16.00 inch Depth
$1595.00

The Bodhisattva: An Embodiment of Compassion

The pantheon of Mahayana Buddhism contains numerous Bodhisattvas. The Bodhisattva works in wisdom and love so that after many lives he may ultimately become a Buddha. Ordinary believers are encouraged to follow his example and so, eventually, achieve nirvana. Yet the Bodhisattva is a being of immeasurable charity and compassion; while suffering individuals remain in the toil of transmigration he will not leave them without help. Though the Bodhisattva is to become a Buddha, he bides his time until even the most insignificant worshipper has reached the highest goal.

Clearly, the Bodhisattva is a spirit of compassion and suffering. In the Vajradhvaja Sutra the Bodhisattva pronounces:

I take upon myself the deeds of all beings, even those in the hells in other worlds, in the realms of punishment.

I take their suffering upon me, I bear it, I do not draw back from it, I do not tremble at it, I have no fear of it.

I must bear the burden of all beings, for I have vowed to save all things living, to bring them safe through the forest of birth, age, disease, death and rebirth.

I think not of my own salvation, but strive to bestow on all beings the royalty of supreme wisdom.

So I take upon myself the sorrow of all human beings. I agree to suffer as a ransom for all beings, for the sake of all beings.

Truly I will not abandon them.

For I have resolved to gain supreme wisdom for the sake of all that live, to save the world.