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Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box
Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box

Buddha Eyes Pendant-Thangka Ghau Prayer Box

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The "Buddha's eyes," also known as the "Wisdom eyes," refer to a distinctive symbol often found in the art and architecture of Buddhist culture.

  • Handmade item
  • Pendant Size:25*6mm
  • Pendant Weight: 19 gram
  • Neklace Length: 60cm
  • Material: Titanuim Steel with 18K Golden Plated Tempered glass

These eyes are typically depicted as stylized and elongated on a symmetrical face, and they hold significant symbolic meaning in Buddhism.

The Buddha eyes can be seen on statues, stupas (Buddhist monuments), and paintings, particularly in regions where Buddhism is practiced, such as Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and parts of India. The eyes are usually painted on the four sides of a stupa, representing the all-seeing and all-knowing nature of the Buddha.

Tangka, also spelled thangka or tanka, is a unique form of Buddhist religious art that originated in Tibet. It is a painted or embroidered scroll painting depicting various Buddhist deities, religious symbols, and spiritual scenes.

These paintings serve as visual aids for meditation and are used as tools for teaching and conveying Buddhist concepts and stories. They are highly regarded in Tibetan Buddhism and are often displayed in monasteries, temples, and homes as objects of devotion and reverence.

Tangkas usually depict Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, mandalas, and other sacred figures from Tibetan Buddhism. They are rich in symbolism and intricate details, often representing complex spiritual concepts and cosmological maps. The colors, gestures, and expressions portrayed in the tangka are significant and hold specific meanings within the Buddhist tradition.

In addition to their religious and spiritual significance, tangkas are also appreciated as works of art for their beauty, craftsmanship, and historical value. They have gained international recognition and can be found in museums and private collections around the world.

 

 

Bhaisajyaguru, also known as Bhaiṣajyaguru, is a prominent figure in Mahayana Buddhism and is commonly referred to as the "Medicine Buddha." He is venerated as a supreme healer, both physically and spiritually, and is associated with the healing of ailments and diseases. Bhaisajyaguru is believed to embody the healing power of all the Buddhas.