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01buddha-portrait01.jpgChinese Buddha Statue2715 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue
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02buddha-profile01.jpgChinese Buddha Statue (Detail)2172 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue - Profile
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03buddha-head.jpgHead of Lord Buddha2569 viewsImage of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue
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04buddha-landscape.jpgHead of Lord Buddha (Detail)2257 viewsPortrait of Modern Chinese Buddha Statue in Profile
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05guanyin1.jpgPortrait of Quan Yin2192 viewsPortrait of Quan Yin (Godess of Mercy)
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06guanyin2.jpgProfile of Quan Yin1881 viewsPortrait of Quan Yin (Godess of Mercy) in Profile
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ancientsgrfx.pdfPopular Deities of Chinese Buddhism2920 viewsThis elementary book on Chinese Buddhism and its more popularly worshipped Deities, has been written for the benefit of Buddhists amongst the Chinese community. Apart from giving a general outline of Buddhism and its entry into China, I have also attempted to provide brief accounts on the important doctrines that the Buddha has taught, prayers that one may recite to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, how to become a Buddhist, and a number of interesting articles that are related to Chinese Buddhism - Kuan Ming.
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lohan01.jpgLohan: PINDOLA1799 viewsLegend has it that the first portraits of the 18 Lohans were painted by a Buddhist

monk Guan Xiu, in 891 A.D. Guan Xiu lived in Chengdu, the capital of a small

kingdom, the Former Shu, formed at the decline of the Tang Dynasty in what is

today's Sichuan Province. He was adept at the scholarly pursuits of painting,

calligraphy and poetry.
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lohan02.jpgLohan: Bharadvaja KANAKA1862 viewsLegend has it that the first portraits of the 18 Lohans were painted by a Buddhist

monk Guan Xiu, in 891 A.D. Guan Xiu lived in Chengdu, the capital of a small

kingdom, the Former Shu, formed at the decline of the Tang Dynasty in what is

today's Sichuan Province. He was adept at the scholarly pursuits of painting,

calligraphy and poetry.
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lohan03.jpgLohan: Vasta KANAKA1523 viewsLegend has it that the first portraits of the 18 Lohans were painted by a Buddhist

monk Guan Xiu, in 891 A.D. Guan Xiu lived in Chengdu, the capital of a small

kingdom, the Former Shu, formed at the decline of the Tang Dynasty in what is

today's Sichuan Province. He was adept at the scholarly pursuits of painting,

calligraphy and poetry.
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