Nine Cute Mini Gods and Deities Figurines

Nine Cute Mini Gods and Deities Figurines
Nine Cute Mini Gods and Deities Figurines Nine Cute Mini Gods and Deities Figurines Nine Cute Mini Gods and Deities Figurines
SKU: SKU3397
Weight : 600.00g ( 1.32 lbs)
Dim: 1.25x1.125x1.875 in average (3.2x3.2x4.8 cm)
Material: Resin

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The collection of a set of famous Gods and Deities figurines highly revered in the Chinese pantheon of Divinities - Kwan Kung, Ksitigarbha Buddha, Laughing Buddha, Damo (front row); and Kwan Yin, Amitabha Buddha, Sakyamuni Buddha, a standing Baby Buddha and Chinese Wealth God (back row).

Kuan Yin is the short form Chinese name for Kuan Shi Yin where Kuan means to watch, monitor and observe; Shi means the world; Yin means sounds, specifically sounds of people suffering on earth. Guan Shi Yin is thus the “One Who Hears the Cries of the World”. Those who are in need of this Goddess’ aid need simply to cry out her name; she will assist those trying to overcome depression, grief, relationship issues, family drama, illness, death of loved ones and other major obstacles in life.

In Feng Shui, the Laughing Buddha, also known by Buddhists as Matreiya, is one of the most supreme symbols of joy and wellbeing. When this jolly character is placed within any home, he will do wonders for all the residents inside; in addition to revitalizing any dead or negative chi and relieving tension, he is believed to also summon fortune and riches for all family members. The Laughing Buddha himself is a vision of happiness; his face is always in a happy, laughing expression and his position is jolly.

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").

The Wealth God is one of the most prominent icons of prosperity, wealth and fortune. He holds a unique responsibility to assist people in becoming wealthy, and is therefore very admired in Chinese society. Many rituals are held and paintings put up during the Chinese New Year, to invite him to come into homes and bring good fortune with him. During this time, it is said that the God of Wealth brings with him the ability to expand windfall and bring luck for the year ahead. He is believed to bless any life he touches with unimaginable good fortune.

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."

Kwan Kung, originally known as Kuan Di, was one of China’s most prominent and successful war heroes. After many achievements, he was titled God of War, and bestowed with his new name (which is known to people today). He has become renowned as the “Great Protecter”, who defends politicians, businessmen and the Armed Forces. He is the bestower of justice, defending the innocent and revered by the righteous. His use is highly recommended by Lillian Too, famous Feng Shui grandmaster and author, as he even has the power to protect again thieves and supernatural spirits.

The Indian Buddhist monk Da Mo (Damo) Or as he is also known, Ta-mo, Bodhidharma, Bodhitara, P'u-t'i Ta-mo, Bodai Daruma and Daruma. Da Mo is revered as the spiritual father of Zen Buddhism, having been the twenty-eighth patriarch after Sakyamuni (the historic Buddha) and the first patriarch of Zen Buddhism in China. He started what eventually became the Ch'an school of Buddhism in China. He is also the founder of a weaponless fighting art that was the precursor of modern-day martial arts.


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