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Der Buddhismus wurde in Chinas nördlichen Dynastien, speziell in den Wei Dynastien (386-550 AD) Staatsreligion. Während dieser Periode pilgerte Fa Hsien im Jahr 411 v.Chr. nach Indien und kehrte mit heiligen buddhistischen Bildern und Texten zurück damit diese dann den chinesischen Handwerkern als Vorbilder dienen konnten um annehmbare Kunstwerke zu schaffen. Buddhas Ruhm verbreitete Frieden und Wärme. Durch die körperliche Anwesenheit dieses spezielle Guatama Buddha, können Sie überwältigende Glückseligkeit erfahren.


Daten

Zeit Nachimperiales China (50er bis 60er Jahre)
Abmessungen 32 x 18 x 50 cm
Gewicht 5,500kg
Material Kampfer Holz
Farben golden und schwarz
Form und Muster: Ein Foo Hund und ein Geschenk für Bodhisattva auf beiden Seiten
Herkunft: Fu Shun, China
Standort des Objekts China

 
 
 


 

Buddhism was established as a state religion during China's Northern Dynasties period, in particular the Wei Dynasties 386-550 AD. During this period it was Fa Hsien who made a pilgrimage to India in 411 and returned with sacred Buddhist images and texts that served as models for Chinese craftspeople to interpret acceptable homeland sculptural representations.The Buddha's eminance spreads peace and warmth. In the presence of this particular Guatama Buddha, an overwhelming bliss is felt.


Details
Period Post Imperial Chna (50's-60's)
Dimensions 32 x 18 x 50 cm (12,8" x 7,2" x 20")
Weight 5,500kg (12,13lb)
Materials Camphor wood
Colours golden and black
Shape and Pattern A Foo dog and a present on Bodhisattva on both sides
Origint:: Fu Shun, China
Place China

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 

Chinese Text

Buddhism was established as a state religion during China's Northern Dynasties period, in particular the Wei Dynasties 386-550 AD. During this period it was Fa Hsien who made a pilgrimage to India in 411 and returned with sacred Buddhist images and texts that served as models for Chinese craftspeople to interpret acceptable homeland sculptural representations.The Buddha's eminance spreads peace and warmth. In the presence of this particular Guatama Buddha, an overwhelming bliss is felt.


Details (Chinesisch)
Period Post Imperial Chna (50's-60's)
Dimensions 32 x 18 x 50 cm (12,8" x 7,2" x 20")
Weight 5,500kg (12,13lb)
Materials Camphor wood
Colours golden and black
Shape and Pattern A Foo dog and a present on Bodhisattva on both sides
Origint:: Fu Shun, China
Place of this object China

 
 
 
 


 
 
 

Text en français

Buddhism was established as a state religion during China's Northern Dynasties period, in particular the Wei Dynasties 386-550 AD. During this period it was Fa Hsien who made a pilgrimage to India in 411 and returned with sacred Buddhist images and texts that served as models for Chinese craftspeople to interpret acceptable homeland sculptural representations.The Buddha's eminance spreads peace and warmth. In the presence of this particular Guatama Buddha, an overwhelming bliss is felt.


Details (Französisch)
Periode Post Imperial Chna (50's-60's)
Dimensions 32 x 18 x 50 cm (12,8" x 7,2" x 20")
Weight 5,500kg (12,13lb)
Materials Camphor wood
Colours golden and black
Shape and Pattern A Foo dog and a present on Bodhisattva on both sides
Origine Fu Shun, Chine
Place of object Chine

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 

Texto en español

Buddhism was established as a state religion during China's Northern Dynasties period, in particular the Wei Dynasties 386-550 AD. During this period it was Fa Hsien who made a pilgrimage to India in 411 and returned with sacred Buddhist images and texts that served as models for Chinese craftspeople to interpret acceptable homeland sculptural representations.The Buddha's eminance spreads peace and warmth. In the presence of this particular Guatama Buddha, an overwhelming bliss is felt.


Detalles
Periodo Despues la China imperial (50's-60's)
Dimensiones 32 x 18 x 50 cm
Peso 5,500kos
Materiales madera Camphor
Colores golden and black
Shape and Pattern A Foo perro y un  present para Bodhisattva a los dos lados
Origen: Fu Shun, China
Plazo del objecto China