$259 - sold
This bronze statue features Manjusri, a buddhist figure known as the oldest Bodhisattva, he is known as the Buddhist figure who in-charges of literature and education in the Chinese common Buddhist methodology. In Nepal he is viewed as the founder of Napalese culture; according to a Chinese legend he was created by Gautama himself and spread his Teachings in China; in Tibet he is praised every morning for banishing darkness once again. He is the Lord of Wisdom, who gives inspiration to everyone who wants to spread te teachings of Buddha. This statue feature Manjusri riding on an elephant and has fainted gold leaves. Size: 8" by 5.5" by 10.5". Weight: 10 lbs.