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Fudo myoo & attendants

Fudo myoo & attendants

75,00

33,7 x 75,3 cms

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The two young assistants of Fudō Myō-ō, Kongara Dōji on the right and Seitake Dōji on the left, are relevant figures in Japanese esoteric Buddhism. These two characters are considered assistants of Fudō Myō-ō and are represented in paintings and sculptures next to him.

Kongara Dōji is generally represented as an energetic and brave young man. It is associated with strength and courage, and it is believed that it helps maintain order and protect devotees from evil. Kongara Dōji is known for his obedience and loyalty to Fudō Myō-ō, and he is often seen holding a vajra or a sword to repel obstacles and eliminate ignorance.

On the other hand, Seitake Dōji is represented as a mischievous and disobedient young man. It was believed to represent the turbulent emotions and wandering thoughts that can divert devotees from the spiritual path. However, it is also believed that, by being shown along with Fudō Myō-ō, Seitake Dōji can be redeemed and transformed from his evil nature.

It is important to keep in mind that these representations may vary according to the different interpretations and traditions of Japanese esoteric Buddhism.

Weight 0,2 kg
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