South Sea Goddess of Mercy Buddha Statue
South Ocean Guan Yin riding the dragon in the clouds, above the waves of the South China Sea, is also known as the dragon head Guanyin. Avalokitesvara on a dragon in the South China Sea According to legend, the god of plague was responsible for the calamity in the South China Sea, the epidemic was rampant, and the people were destitute and stupid. Suan Ni, the fifth son of the Dragon King of the Sea, took the initiative to transform into Aolong and took Guanyin to the South China Sea to relieve the suffering and disasters. He accompanied her to protect the Dharma, preached the scriptures to the people on one side, and transformed the world so that people could live and work here in peace and happiness, and lead a peaceful and happy life.
Since then, many people have made statues of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva standing on the waves at home to worship, not only to thank Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva and Long Wuye for their magical protection, but also to pray for no disasters and difficulties, good fortune and peace.
Avoid chemicals, and the porcelain can be cleaned with a damp soft cloth when dusty or every two weeks to maintain its brightness.