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Fudo myoo

Fudo myoo

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Fudo myoo print 42 x 80

Sihl Creative Textured 240 gr 100% Cotton Acid-Free, UltraChrome Inks HDR, Colour Guaranteed for 300 years

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Fudo Myoo is an important deity in Japanese Buddhism, and is often represented in temples and shrines. It is a fierce deity, but it is also a protective deity. It is believed that Fudo Myoo can help people overcome their obstacles and achieve enlightenment.

Fudo Myoo is often represented with an expression of anger and a sword in his right hand. The sword represents his determination to fight against evil. In his left hand, Fudo Myoo holds a rope, which represents his willingness to help others.

Fudo Myoo is also often depicted surrounded by flames. The flames represent his ardent determination to eliminate the evil of the world.

Fudo Myoo is a popular deity in Japan, and is often invoked by practitioners of Buddhism. It is believed that Fudo Myoo can help people overcome their obstacles and achieve enlightenment.

Here are some additional details about Fudo Myoo:

Origin: Fudo Myoo originated in India, but became popular in Japan during the Heian period (794-1185).

Names: Fudo Myoo is also known as Acala, Acalanatha and Ungo.

Attributes: Fudo Myoo is often represented with an expression of anger, with a sword in the right hand and a rope in the left hand. He is also often depicted surrounded by flames.

Meaning: Fudo Myoo represents wisdom and strength. It is believed that it can help people overcome their obstacles and achieve enlightenment.

Weight 0,2 kg
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