Avalokitesvara

Avalokiteshvara Statues for Sale

Please view our world class selection of Avalokiteshvara statues. The Avalokiteshvara story is very diverse and the deity takes many forms. As a result, sculpture enthusiasts will enjoy our 1000 armed Avalokiteshvara statue and also each four armed Chenrezig statue. Additionally, each statue listing tells the Avalokiteshvara story and has multiple Avalokiteshvara images displayed. All Avalokiteshvara statues represent the most venerable Buddhist deity and they are highly venerated by devotees of all the Buddhist schools. As a result, the Avalokiteshvara mantra meaning is well known as “Om Mani Padme Hum”. The Avalokiteshvara mantra meaning in English is complex and it should be studied. Additionally, the mantra can be chanted by devotees in the presence of an Avalokiteshvara statue for better effect.

Every Chenrezig statue was hand crafted in Patan, Nepal by world class artisans. In Patan, they have been using the traditional lost wax sculpting method for many centuries. Chenrezig is a male incarnation of Avalokitesvara that originated in Tibet. Additionally, each Avalokiteshvara statue buy option listed here is the same high quality as Avalokiteshvara statues found in Tibetan Monasteries. Each four armed Chenrezig statue design is depicted in full lotus pose holding the “Cintamani Jewel of Enlightenment” between pressed hands. Additionally, in his upper right hand he holds the mala beads and in his upper left hand he holds the stem of the lotus flower that grows over his shoulder. The lotus flower held by our Avalokiteshvara statues is very symbolic in Buddhism. This because the lotus represents the ability of sentient life to rise above the murky sea of suffering and reach a realm of virtue. Avalokiteshvara padmapani is known as the lotus holder. Surely, our Avalokiteshvara statues will be very inspirational to devotees.

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