Thursday, May 20, 2010

Manjushri



Manjushri:
Manjushri is a Boddhishtava as per the Mahayana School of Buddhism. He carries a sword in one hand and a book in other. He stimulates understanding. The book in his hand, carries ten Paramitas. The Paramtias are the virtues which are found developed in a Boddhistavas.


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