Statue Manjushree


Statue Manjushree

Material: copper, partly gold plated

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Statue Manjushree

Material: copper, partly gold plated

Height: approx. 14cm,

width: approx. 9.5 cm,

depth: approx. 6 cm

Weight: 525 grams


Mnajushree, God of Divine Wisdom, worship of which confers mastery of Dharma memory. However, mental perfection and eloquence are prerequisites for this. Manjushree is also a form of Bodhisatwa and he symbolizes wisdom. In Nepal, he is considered the founder of Nepalese civilization and the creator of the Kathmandu Valley. According to tradition, he was a Chinese saint. His intuition told him about the blue flame (symbolizing Adibuddha or Swayambhu) on a lotus in the great lake of Nepal. He went there to offer worship but could not reach the water because of it. He cut the south face of the hills with his sword, causing the waters of a lake to flow south. This turned the dry valley into the fertile Kathmandu valley. He carries the Sword of Wisdom and Light in his right hand and the Prajnaparmita manuscript the “Book of Divine Wisdom” in his left on the lotus flower. His left hand is shown in a teaching gesture (Jnan Mudra.). He is also called Manjunghose, Called Manju Bara, Vajranga and Vagiswara People believe that worshiping Manjushre will bestow them with wisdom, memory, intelligence, etc.

Additional information

Weight 0,525 kg
Dimensions 12 × 18 × 22 cm


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