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Ushnisha

The ushnisha (Sanskrit, n., उष्णीष, IAST: uṣṇīṣa) is a three dimensional oval at the top of the head of the Buddha.

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White Umbrella
Essential Mantras
Glossary
ing the urna, ushnisha, and webbed fingers.
Introduction to the Visual Materials
Standing Buddha.
3. Sūtra of the Whole-Body Relic Treasure Chest Seal Dhāra ī Sūtra
3. Sūtra of the Whole-Body Relic Treasure Chest Seal Dhāra ī. Sūtra of the Whole -Body Relic Treasure Chest Seal Dhāra ī The Heart Secret of All.

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Cowan's inaugural Asian art auction totals $1.1M
Sino-Tibetan, this gilt bronze Buddha is seated in dhyanasana on a double lotus flower, his hair in tight curls covering the domed ushnisha above, with an urna on the forehead and long pierced earlobes.

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Ushnisha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ushnisha (Sanskrit, n., उष्णीष, IAST: uṣṇīṣa) is a three dimensional oval at the top of the head of the Buddha.
ushnisha - Art Institute of Chicago
ushnisha (n) prominent bump on the top of Buddha's head, which refers to his wisdom and openness as an enlightened being.
Sanatana Dharma Forum - The Origin and Development of Ushnisha
The Development of the Ushnisha in Buddhist Iconography.
Ushnisha Vijaya & Kalachakra Empowerment
Dec 21, 2010 Ushnisha Vijaya literally means the victorious crown protrusion.
ushnisha ghosh - India | LinkedIn
View ushnisha ghosh's (India) professional profile on LinkedIn.

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