Found:


The bodhisattva Manjushri

anonymous, c. 800 - c. 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-240

In China, Manjushri is venerated as one of the first advocates of Buddhism. On Java he appears as a young man wearing straps of jewellery across his chest. This Manjushri is probably gesturing the turning of the wheel of wisdom: this symbolises the start of the Buddhist cycle of learning and the…

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Makara

anonymous, c. 800 - c. 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-247

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Nandishvara

anonymous, c. 800 - c. 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-232-A

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Two fragments from a frieze

anonymous, c. 1350 - c. 1400, sculpture, AK-RAK-1970-1-A

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Lintel

anonymous, c. 850, sculpture, AK-MAK-245

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Two fragments from a frieze

anonymous, c. 1350 - c. 1400, sculpture, AK-RAK-1970-1-B

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Brahma

anonymous, 800 - 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-234

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Makara with a Trunk in the Form of…

anonymous, c. 800 - c. 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-248

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Ganesha

anonymous, 600 - 930, sculpture, AK-MAK-237

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

Lintel

anonymous, c. 800 - c. 900, sculpture, AK-MAK-246

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1