Kuan Yin, Water Lotus

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Kuan Yin (also known as Guan Yin or Quan Yin) is a bodhisattva in Buddhist tradition, and a deity in Chinese folk religion. The name Kuan Yin means "one who hears the cries of the world," and she is associated with compassion, mercy, and healing. Kuan Yin is typically depicted as a female figure, often with a gentle expression and a peaceful countenance. She is often shown holding a vase of water, symbolizing purity and the ability to cleanse negative energies. Kuan Yin is highly revered in Chinese culture and is often depicted in various forms of artwork, including sculptures, paintings, and meditative altar statues. Her image is also found in temples and shrines, where she is often worshipped and prayed to for protection and guidance. In addition to her association with Buddhism and Chinese folk religion, Kuan Yin has also become a popular figure in other spiritual traditions, including Taoism and Confucianism. She is widely recognized as a symbol of compassion and is revered by many as a source of inspiration and guidance. Made of cold cast resin. Hand painted bronze L:8.5" x W:6" x H:14"

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