White Jade Many Hands Quan Yin

White Jade Many Hands Quan Yin

White Jade Many Hands Quan Yin measuring approx. 13.5" tall X 9" wide. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Standing amongst 3 Dragons feeding them from the Vase of Life this Beautiful Porcelain Quan Yin is a "Drip Fountain" meaning you can fill the base with water, turn the fountain upside down to let the water run into the top of the ... Standing amongst 3 Dragons feeding them from the Vase of Life this Beautiful Porcelain Quan Yin is a "Drip Fountain" meaning you can fill the base with water, turn the fountain upside down to let the water run into the top of the statue. Standing the statue back upright will make the water drip from the Vase into the mouths of the Dragons for a few days. We have 3 sizes measuring approx. 12", 14" and 16" tall. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Red Jade Sitting Temple Quan Yin hold Ru Yi measures approx. 14" tall X 7" wide. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writi... Red Jade Sitting Temple Quan Yin hold Ru Yi measures approx. 14" tall X 7" wide. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Standing 9.25X4.5X2.5 and weighing 3lbs, this beautiful Kuan Yin On Dragons statue is made of Bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appe... Standing 9.25X4.5X2.5 and weighing 3lbs, this beautiful Kuan Yin On Dragons statue is made of Bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Intricately detailed and flawless in the craftsmanship. One Lion is the Male and one is the Female Standing Guard at the entrance of your home or business. The photos cannot show the awesome beauty of these two pieces. Temple Lion... Intricately detailed and flawless in the craftsmanship. One Lion is the Male and one is the Female Standing Guard at the entrance of your home or business. The photos cannot show the awesome beauty of these two pieces. Temple Lion statues appeared in China with the advent of Buddhism. They represent defense and protection and are often seen guarding entrances and gateways to buildings. The Lion is the symbol of strength, courage and character. When a Temple Lion is seen with a ball, it signifies the moon pearl which represents blessings and protection against evil, and the ball also symbolizes the sun, which is Yang. These are the same thing with two different names.