Partly Gold Plated Manjushree Statue 6" H
A Manjushri statue represents Manjushri, a revered Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism, often known as the "Bodhisattva of Wisdom."
Manjushri's statue typically depicts him in a seated posture, holding a sword in one hand and a text or a lotus flower in the other. The sword symbolizes his unique ability to cut through ignorance and delusion with the power of wisdom, signifying the sharp discernment required to overcome ignorance. In his other hand, he may hold a text, representing the wisdom contained in Buddhist scriptures, or a lotus, symbolizing purity and enlightenment. Adorned with regal attire and a crown, Manjushri's attire underscores his royal status as a Bodhisattva, emphasizing his wisdom and enlightened qualities.
Devotees and practitioners venerate the Manjushri statue as an inspiring and guiding symbol on their quest for wisdom and understanding. It serves as a reminder of the significance of cultivating insight, discernment, and intelligence on the path to enlightenment. The presence of a Manjushri statue can be a focal point for meditation and contemplation, encouraging individuals to develop their intellectual and spiritual faculties as they seek to navigate the complexities of life and attain wisdom and enlightenment.
Size: 6" Height x 5" Wide x 2.5" Depth
Weight: 805 grams approx