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Bodhisattva  Avalokiteshvara Amoghapasha, late 8th–early 9th century. Western Indonesia. Lent by a private collection. | In this eight-armed form, Avalokiteshvara is known as Amoghapasha, “he whose noose is unfailing,” after the noose (pasha) he uses to remove impediments to enlightenment. #LostKingdoms

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara Amoghapasha, late 8th–early 9th century. Western Indonesia. Lent by a private collection. | In this eight-armed form, Avalokiteshvara is known as Amoghapasha, “he whose noose is unfailing,” after the noose (pasha) he uses to remove impediments to enlightenment. #LostKingdoms

White Tara

White Tara

Head of Buddha [Afghanistan]  Asia 1-500  AD Stucco  Metropolitan M.NY

Head of Buddha [Afghanistan] Asia 1-500 AD Stucco Metropolitan M.NY

White Tara

White Tara

Buddha's head (from Hadda, Afghanistan) Gandhara region

Buddha's head (from Hadda, Afghanistan) Gandhara region

Buddha Maitreya, China, Northern Wei dynasty (386-534) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Buddha Maitreya, China, Northern Wei dynasty (386-534) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Head of Buddha, ca. 4th century. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara. Stucco with traces of paint.

Head of Buddha, ca. 4th century. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara. Stucco with traces of paint.

Monumental Head of Buddha    Date:      4th–5th century  Culture:      Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) or Afghanistan  Medium:      Stucco

Monumental Head of Buddha Date: 4th–5th century Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) or Afghanistan Medium: Stucco

Seated Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara Guanyin

Seated Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara Guanyin

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