Bronze statue of a Bodhisattva, possibly Padmapani, Swat Valley, north-west Pakistan, c8th century AD. Padmapani, the non-tantric form of Avalokiteshvara, is the creator of the world and all animate beings and the embodiment of compassion. Here he sits in 'lalila-sana' (royal ease) on a throne supported by two lions, symbols of Buddhism From the Theresa McCullough Collection, London.
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