This beautifully crafted statue is made of high quality resin and measures approximately 4 inches tall. The intricate details on the statue showcase the skill of the artist, making it a perfect addition to any altar or home decor.
Quan Yin is a revered figure in Buddhism and is known as the goddess of compassion and mercy. She is often depicted holding a vase or water pot, which symbolizes her ability to soothe suffering and bring peace to those in need.
This small Quan Yin statue would make a thoughtful gift for anyone seeking guidance, peace, and compassion in their life. It is a perfect size for a desk, shelf, or altar.
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Quan Yin, also known as Kuan Yin, Guan Yin, or Kwan Yin, is a deity in the Buddhist tradition, revered as a bodhisattva of compassion. She is revered in many East Asian countries, including China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, and is also worshipped in the Western world, particularly in the form of the Chinese goddess of mercy.
Quan Yin is often depicted as a woman with a serene expression, holding a vase or water jar from which she pours out compassion and healing. She is also often shown holding a lotus flower, which is a symbol of enlightenment and purity.
The name Quan Yin is derived from the Sanskrit word "Avalokiteshvara," which means "one who looks down upon the world with compassion." In Chinese, the name is translated as "She Who Hears the Cries of the World." As a bodhisattva, Quan Yin is believed to be a being who has achieved enlightenment, but who has chosen to remain in the world to help others achieve enlightenment as well.
Quan Yin is revered as a powerful and benevolent deity, who is able to help those in need and offer guidance and protection. She is often invoked in times of crisis, or when people are seeking comfort or guidance. Offerings to Quan Yin may include incense, flowers, and other gifts.
Quan Yin is also associated with the concept of "the Great Compassionate One," which refers to her ability to offer compassion and understanding to all beings, regardless of their circumstances. As a result, she is revered as a symbol of hope and compassion in the world.