Skip to content
Tibetan Deity Shakyamuni Buddha Pendant Blue Howlite Border with Ohm Mani Padme Ohm Verse # 43 - 5
- Tibetan Deity Shakyamuni Buddha Pendant Blue Howlite Border with Ohm Mani Padme Ohm Verse # 43 - 5
- Measures approx.: 2.2"L x 1.6"W x 0.35"T
- The Historical Significance of the Shakyamuni Buddha is a name given to Gautama Buddha, who lived from 566 to 485 BCE in central north India.
- The word Shakyamuni means the Sage of the Shakyas, the latter being the name of Buddha's Clan, which ruled over the Republic of Kapilavastu.
- Gautama Buddha is also known as Shakyamuni or Tathagata. He was born as Siddhartha in 563 BCE at Lumbini (near Kapilavastu, Nepal) to the King Suddhodana (chief of republican Sakya Clan)
- Shakyamuni Buddha is a name given to the Historical Buddha, especially in Mahayana Buddhism. So it's nearly always the case that when someone is talking about Shakyamuni, he or she is speaking of the historical figure who was born Siddhartha Gautama but then became known as Shakyamuni only after he became the Buddha.
- Shakyamuni Buddha perceived that Desire is the fundamental impulse that drives life onward, tying us into the cycle of birth and death in Reincarnation. Life, in this perspective, is a Cycle of Suffering from which one can eventually escape only by eliminating one's Desire.
- Handcrafted in White and Gold Brass with a Blue Howlite Frame and beautiful overlaid Brass Verse Ohm Mani Padme Ohm "The Jewel in the Lotus"
- The Shakyamuni Buddha Image is a lovely colored print set to the exact size of the frame. The Buddha is shown in the Defeating Evil Mudra.
- In English, this rhythmic chant literally translates to “Praise to the Jewel in the Lotus.”
- Known as the Compassion Mantra, or the "Jewel in the Lotus", this is a powerful Buddhist Prayer. This Mantra is a tool to train the mind to achieve ultimate peace and enjoyment. The mind dictates our experience of happiness and sadness, so we must learn to control our mind.
- Origin is Tibet