The Bodhisattva of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara, also known as Kwan Yin, is seated on a rock with his right knee raised up and his foot resting on a blooming lotus flower atop a current of swirling waves. His robes cascade down his body, flowing from his open chest and draping over the edges of the rock akin to a waterfall gracefully descending over stone. Avalokiteshvara holds the stem of an exquisite, elongated lotus flower, which blooms elegantly before his left shoulder.
Historical accounts suggest that Buddhism began its spread to China in the first century A.D. through the efforts of Indian missionaries. The philosophical teachings of Buddhism, emphasizing moral conduct and inner contemplation, gradually became assimilated into Chinese culture. Over time, an array of Buddha figures and bodhisattvas emerged, crafted from stone or cast in bronze.
Throughout history, Buddhism in China underwent transformations, leading to diverse forms of representation. Some Buddhas feature round, plump stomachs, while others possess slender physiques and wear either heavy or light garments. The slender figures with thin attire are influenced by Indian traditions, whereas the others reflect distinct Chinese interpretations.
Each variation of the Porcelain Buddha Statues holds symbolic significance. Laughing Buddhas, characterized by their plump forms, embody contentment and abundance. They are depicted as well-fed and joyous. Rubbing the belly of such a Buddha is believed to bring wealth, good fortune, and prosperity. On the other hand, the slender Buddhas, dressed modestly due to a humble lifestyle, closely resemble the original Buddhist representations from India.
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The Jing Ping Guan Yin, known for its peaceful and tranquil demeanor, serves as a reminder of compassion and inner peace. The South Sea Guan Yin, revered for its benevolence and protection, represents the connection between humanity and the divine. Yang Liu Guan Yin, with its willow branch and water vase, symbolizes purity and the cleansing of negative energies. Our collection of Buddha and other Guan Yin statues further showcase the different aspects of this compassionate deity, allowing you to find the perfect representation for your personal space or spiritual practice.
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