Mañjuśrī is the oldest and possibly most significant bodhisattva in Mahāyāna literature. Mañjuśrī is first referred to in early Mahāyāna texts, such as the Prajñāpāramitā sūtras, and through this association he came to symbolize the embodiment of prajñā (transcendent wisdom).
This is a beautifully painted medium sized Thangka of Manjushri.
Please note that this Thangka will be coming directly from our artist in Nepal, so will take 3 to 4 months to complete. You will receive a Thangka of equal quality, painted by the same artist as the picture shown. It will be worth the wait!
A rare quality Indian conch or chank shell trumpet that has been ornamented with silver and has coral and turquoise inlay. The silver is engraved with a floral motif. A wonderful ritual instrument or alternatively a fine altar offering to represent the 'melodious sound of the Dharma'.
Material: Indian Conch (Chank) ornamented with silver inlaid with genuine coral and turquoise cabachons. Origin: Nepal/Himalayan Age: 20th C
length 8.25 inches
width 3.5 inches
The freshness of lily of the valley and the vibrant scent of gum benzoin, against a background of sandalwood and spices.
These premium quality long rolls of Japanese incense are amongst the finest incense available. Each stick has a highly evocative scent and a long 60 minute burn time.
Contents: approximately 40 sticks Made in Japan by Kunjudo
A delightful mala with opaque Green Garnets and Red Tiger's Eye dividers. Comprised of 108 beads plus three Red Tiger's Eye dividers and a Red Tiger's Eye guru bead. Also includes a Peridot beaded tassle.
All beads are natural and untreated. Green Garnet size approx 8 mm Red Tiger's Eye Guru Bead = 14 mm