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Kamakura: Realism and Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan
A Standing Jizō Bosatsu by the sculptor Zen'en (1197-1258) depicts a bodhisattva, one destined for Buddhahood who postpones it to assist others in reaching enlightenment. The sculptor used Japanese cypress (hinoki) and employed the technique of ...
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On the Path to Buddhahood—The Story of Buddha Sakyamuni
Buddha Sakyamuni's statue near Belum Caves located in Andhra Pradesh, India. The Buddha was a prince by birth but decided to abandon his royal title and pursue spiritual growth after witnessing sufferings of human life. (Purshi/ Wikimedia Commons).

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