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Chenrizig Guanyin (Wood Carved)

Chenrizig Guanyin (Wood Carved)

Height: 5.5 inch
Material: Camphor Wood


Chenrezig, also known as Avalokiteshvara in Sanskrit, is a prominent bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism. Guanyin, on the other hand, is the Chinese translation and adaptation of Avalokiteshvara, and the name is commonly used in East Asian Buddhism, especially in China and Taiwan.


Chenrezig/Guanyin is highly revered as the bodhisattva of compassion. The term "bodhisattva" refers to an enlightened being who compassionately postpones their own nirvana (enlightenment) in order to assist all sentient beings in their journey towards liberation and awakening.


The iconography and representations of Chenrezig/Guanyin can vary, but the common image is that of a bodhisattva with multiple arms and often many heads. This is to symbolize the ability to reach out and assist countless beings simultaneously. Chenrezig/Guanyin is often depicted holding a lotus flower, which symbolizes purity, and a vase containing the nectar of compassion.

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