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01buddha-portrait01.jpgChinese Buddha Statue2612 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue
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03buddha-head.jpgHead of Lord Buddha2434 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue
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04buddha-landscape.jpgHead of Lord Buddha (Detail)2156 viewsPortrait of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue in Profile
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05guanyin1.jpgPortrait of Quan Yin2142 viewsPortrait of Quan Yin (Godess of Mercy)
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Amithaba001.jpgAmithabha Buddha012135 viewsAMITABHA: Buddha of Boundless Light of the Western Paradise
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02buddha-profile01.jpgChinese Buddha Statue (Detail)2080 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue - Profile
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Amithaba009.jpgAmithabha Buddha091877 viewsAMITABHA: Buddha of Boundless Light of the Western Paradise
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06guanyin2.jpgProfile of Quan Yin1823 viewsPortrait of Quan Yin (Godess of Mercy) in Profile
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Ksitigarbha01.jpgKsitigarbha Bodhisattva011786 viewsTi Tsang P'usa: Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva

Ti Tsang P'usa is an extremely popular Bodhisattva among the Chinese and Japanese Buddhists. 'Ti Tsang', meaning 'Earth-Store' is a direct translation of the Bodhisattva's name KSITIGARBHA in Sanskrit. Among the countless Bodhisattvas in the universe, he and three others have firmly captured the hearts of the Mahayanists. These four main P'usas or Bodhisattvas are depicted in the Chinese Buddhist Pantheon and they represent four basic great qualities:

KUAN SHIH YIN as Great Compassion;
WEN SHU as Great Wisdom;
PU HSIEN as Great Love and Perfect Activity;
TI TSANG as Great Vow to help and to deliver all beings.

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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lohan02.jpgLohan: Bharadvaja KANAKA1779 viewsLegend has it that the first portraits of the 18 Lohans were painted by a Buddhist

monk Guan Xiu, in 891 A.D. Guan Xiu lived in Chengdu, the capital of a small

kingdom, the Former Shu, formed at the decline of the Tang Dynasty in what is

today's Sichuan Province. He was adept at the scholarly pursuits of painting,

calligraphy and poetry.
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