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Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha

Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha
Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha Three Sides Gods - Buddha, Kuan Yin and Ksitigarbha
US$28.88
SKU: SKU4228
Weight : 950.00g ( 2.09 lbs)
Dim: 4x4x6.625 in (10x10x17 cm)
Material: Resin

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This is a special statue featuring the Buddha, Kuan Yin Goddess of Mercy and Ksitigarbha Di Zang Wang Pu Sa.

A great religious teacher in ancient India, this founder of Buddhism is regarded by all Buddhist followers as the “Supreme Buddha”. His birth name was Siddhartha Gautama, but this was changed to Buddha after he went on a journey to discover the reality behind life and death – during this time, he went through an immense divine alteration. He ultimately reached a state of Bodhi (holy wisdom or perfect illumination) and enlightenment. He was then open and passionate to teaching his lessons to all who desired to learn for the next 44 years of his life. He is also known as Shakyamuni ("sage of the Shakyas").

Kuan Yin or Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva is a very prominent and admired Goddess, widely pursued by the Chinese and followers of Mahayana Buddhism. Being the definitive icon of mercy and passion, Guan Yin is a respectable maiden, as her tale tells. She actually reached the point where she could become a Buddha (enlightenment) and yet she decided to stay on Earth, remaining a “Pu Sa”. She wanted to help humankind achieve better karma, leading them to the Western Heavens, where they can find serenity and joy. Because she had the ability to comfort the sick and senile, Guan Yin was widely admired and adored by the people on Earth. She touched their hearts and souls, creating a sense of peace and relief amongst those who were less fortunate.

Amongst Chinese and Japanese Buddhists, Di Zhang Wang Pusa is a highly respected Bodhisattva. Di Zhang, which is literally translated from the Bodhisattva’s name (Ksitigarbha) means “Earth-Stone”. He is special because, along with three other Bodhisattvas (also known as “Pusas”) have managed to gain the respect and love of the Mahanyanists. His greatest compassionate Vow being: "If I do not go to the hell to help the suffering beings there, who else will go? ... if the hells are not empty I will not become a Buddha. Only when all living beings have been saved, will I attain Bodhi."

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