TANKHA MANJUSHRI - deity of knowledge

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Mañjuśrī is usually represented with a sword (khadga) of fire symbolising intelligence in the right hand, and in the left a book representing transcendent wisdom (parjnaparamita), which his bent arm places at the height of the heart. He wears a headdress composed of five elements representing the five Buddhas of wisdom. He symbolises ultimate knowledge, the natural cognitive freedom of the mind, of which ordinary knowledge is the relative counterpart, altered by the veils of emotion. He is always represented as a teenager, to indicate the spontaneity and freshness of knowledge. Brocade length 120 cm - Width 83 Painting length 55 cm - Width 43

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