Manjushri Bodhisattva of the Mara Dynasty in Nepal in the 14th century

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Manjushri Bodhisattva of the Mara Dynasty in Nepal in the 14th century

Auction Information

Product:Manjushri Bodhisattva of the Mara Dynasty in Nepal in the 14th century


Starting Price:

Transaction Price:RMB 57,500,000

Specification:Height 42.5cm

Auction Time:23-Jun-Thu

Auction Company:Beijing Poly


This image is adorned with a large corolla, a high bun of hair on the head, and a flame pearl at the top of the bun. The ears are decorated with a fan-shaped crown knot and a U-shaped curled ribbon. There are two strands of hair hanging from the back of the head on the shoulders, with large ears hanging from the shoulders and petal shaped earrings hanging from the ears. The face is an inverted triangle, the forehead is high and wide, with a spiral shaped hair root exposed in front of the forehead, and the forehead is decorated with square white hair at the center; His eyebrows are like swords, vigorously lifting towards both sides, his eyes like autumn water, his gaze down, full of infinite warmth; The bridge of the nose is straight, with a sword eyebrow attached at the top, forming an inverted figure, beautiful and handsome; Lips are pursed into a dimpled shape, the corners of the mouth are upturned, and there is a slight smile in the beauty. The body is strong, the muscles are round, the shoulders are wide, the waist is thin, and the posture is beautiful. The upper body is exposed, wearing a collar and long chain on the chest, a skirt on the lower body, a treasure belt around the waist, and bracelets on the arms, wrists, and ankles.

The whole body is only adorned without pleats, revealing a robust body and muscles. All decorations are adorned with gemstones, embodying a combination of jewels and treasures, making them even more elegant and luxurious. Sit with legs folded and folded, with the left hand as the chest knot, and the right hand held high above the right side of the body, holding a sword in hand. The sword is an important symbol of Manjushri Bodhisattva's identity, symbolizing Manjushri Bodhisattva's unparalleled wisdom and ability to cut off all attachments and troubles of sentient beings. The overall design is dignified, the Dharma is complete, the craftsmanship is exquisite, and the decoration is magnificent, not only showcasing the solemn and silent beauty pursued by Buddhism, but also highly fitting the aesthetic model of human sculpture in the world, achieving a perfect fusion of worldly and secular beauty, secular beauty, and religious beauty.