Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace
Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace

Gandhanra Hand Carved Boxwood Avalokitesvara with Tassels, Kuanyin Pendant Ornament for Car and Home, Bless peace

Regular price$25.63
/

  • Free worldwide shipping
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
Hand-carved Guanshiyin Bodhisattva in traditional style, which means blessing peace. It is a very good pendant ornament for car and home ❤ Hand carved Boxwood, and tassels ❤ Pendant size: 70mm height * 46mm width, * 11mm thickness,about 2.75" * 1.81" * 0.43" ❤Tassel length: 150mm, about 5.9" About Avalokiteśvara In Buddhism, Avalokiteśvara ( Sanskrit: अवलोकितेश्वर /ˌʌvəloʊkɪˈteɪʃvərə/) is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. His one notable avatar being Padmapāṇi, the one who holds the lotus (padma). This bodhisattva is variably depicted, described and portrayed in different cultures as either male or female.In Tibet, he is known as Chenrezig. Avalokiteśvara is an important deity in Tibetan Buddhism. He is regarded in the Vajrayana teachings as a Buddha. In Tibetan Buddhism, Tãrã came into existence from a single tear shed by Avalokiteśvara.When the tear fell to the ground it created a lake, and a lotus opening in the lake revealed Tara. In another version of this story, Tara emerges from the heart of Avalokiteśvara. In either version, it is Avalokiteśvara's outpouring of compassion which manifests Tãrã as a being.

Use collapsible tabs for more detailed information that will help customers make a purchasing decision.

Ex: Shipping and return policies, size guides, and other common questions.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Testimonials

★★★★★

Add customer reviews and testimonials to showcase your store’s happy customers.

Author's name
Los Angeles, CA
★★★★★

Add customer reviews and testimonials to showcase your store’s happy customers.

Author's name
Los Angeles, CA
★★★★★

Add customer reviews and testimonials to showcase your store’s happy customers.

Author's name
Los Angeles, CA

Recently viewed