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'''Mañjushri''' [Skt.] – 1. one of the [[eight great bodhisattvas]] who were the closest disciples of the [[Buddha]], 2. embodiment of the knowledge and [[wisdom]] of all the buddhas, traditionally depicted with a sword in his right and a text in his left hand.
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'''Mañjushri''' [Skt.] (Tib. ''Jampeyang'')
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# one of the [[eight great bodhisattvas]] who were the closest disciples of the [[Buddha]],  
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# embodiment of the knowledge and [[wisdom]] of all the buddhas, traditionally depicted with a sword in his right and a text in his left hand.
  
  
 
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[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]

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The bodhisattva Mañjushri

Mañjushri [Skt.] (Tib. Jampeyang)

  1. one of the eight great bodhisattvas who were the closest disciples of the Buddha,
  2. embodiment of the knowledge and wisdom of all the buddhas, traditionally depicted with a sword in his right and a text in his left hand.