64 x43.5 см.
canvas, mineral colors, gold, brocade
Ordered by A. Polomoshnov
(tib. jam pal kar po)
Sita Manjushri(English: the White One of Glorious Melodious Speech), the bodhisattva of wisdom.
"...from...an ocean of nectar, white and cool, with many elephants, geese and water fowl sporting and playing,
calling out with sweet sounds, in the middle of that...[arises] a lotus with a stem, branches, leaves,
fruit and a marvelous sweet fragrance. Above [arises] a moon disc seat with cool rays of light shining forth
to the ten directions. Again [the light] collects ... and from this collection ... is Manjushri; white like the
autumn moon, a boy of eight years with a youthful form, having five knots [of hair]. The right hand is in the
mudra of supreme generosity. The left holds a blue lotus to the heart, blossoming at the left shoulder and
marked with the Prajnaparamita book. Seated firmly with the feet in vajra posture, with the major marks and
blazing with light, adorned with various jewel ornaments and wearing white silks." (Mati Tradition, Rinchen Gyaltsen, 15th century).