Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"
Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"

Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"

Material: Bronze

Origin: Thailand

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  • Antique Thai Style Southeast Asia Avalokiteshvara Statue Compassion - 112cm/45"

    Measures - (Height) 112cm/45"

    An antique Thai style statue depicting the standing form of the Bodhisatva of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara.

    Avalokiteshvara is a Bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. Avalokiteshvara, Chinese (Pinyin) Guanyin or Kuan-yin, Japanese Kannon, in Buddhism, and primarily in Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva (buddha to be) of infinite compassion and mercy, possibly the most popular of all figures in Buddhist legend. Avalokiteshvara is beloved throughout the Buddhist world—not only in Mahayana Buddhism but also in Theravada (“Way of the Elders"), the branch of Buddhism that largely does not recognise bodhisattvas, and in Vajayana, the Tantric (or Esoteric) branch of Buddhism.

    Avalokiteshvara supremely exemplifies the Bodhisattva's resolve to postpone his own buddhahood until he has helped every sentient being on earth to achieve liberation from suffering and the process of death and rebirth. His name has been variously interpreted as “the lord who looks in every direction" and “the lord of what we see" (that is, the actual created world). The title invariably used for him in Cambodia and Thailand is Lokeshvara (“Lord of the World"). In China, where he is often worshipped in female form, he is Guanyin.

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