Kuan-Yin with Fierce Dragon Waters of Compassion Buddhism Bronze Metal Statue 10H -
Kuan Yin stands majestically on a fierce dragon, taming its spirit. It is a popular image of the Bodhisattva because her compassion helped to save one of the Dragon Kings. Unable to return to his dragon form, the Dragon King was about to be sold at a fish market. Kuan-Yin's voice reminded all the buyers that saving is better than taking a life. Kuan Yin then returned the fish to the sea where he transformed back into a dragon. (PN AT-016)
The Buddhist goddess Kuan Yin reminds us of the importance of compassion in this bronze statue as she pours waters from her urn, illuminated by an all-knowing and all-loving ring of fire.
- The statue is made from bronze metal lost wax.
- Measures 10 in H x 5.25 in W x 4.5 in D. Weighs 3.3 lbs.
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