RMWA7WJ8–Swastika on the chest of a Buddha statue in the Grand Hall of the Jade Buddha Temple, Shanghai, China. In Buddhism, the swastika is considered to symbolize the auspicious footprints of the Buddha.
RMDE33WM–The guardian kings of Buddhism carved on the north wall of the Fengxian temple at the Longmen cave-temple complex.
RMGD2F1F–religion, Buddhism, Buddhist priests, photograph, coloured, late 19th century, Buddhist, shrine, shrines, devout, believer, believers, faithful, religious, historic, historical, robe, robes, prayer, praying, prayers, habit, monk, monks, priest, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMBNMKWF–Cambodia Far East Asia Buddhism Angkor Thom temple religion cultural site culture stone figures figures world cultural heritage
RMAT33NY–Flower Offering Mahabodhi temple , Bodhgaya , Bihar , India
RMAH4GJ3–smiling buddhist monk, Koh Samui Island, Thailand
RMB41EAF–Statue of Buddha , Buddha Tooth Relic temple , Singapore , South East Asia
RMCY80AW–Om sign with Buddhist hands.
RMA76111–Buddhist monk, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma)
RMER9EFK–Buddha statues in the resort garden of La Residence d'Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
RMM0P7H9–South Korea,Seoul,Jongno-gu district,Jogyesa Temple founded in 1395 is the headquarters of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism
RMAAAK8B–Buddhist monks praying at The Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand South East Asia
RMD817JY–Higashi Hongwanji, Buddhist Temple, Kyoto, Japan, Circa 1904
RFBE2X0B–Chinese Buddhism, mural, dragon, temple in Xinji, Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China, Asia
RMC9D4F3–Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, Golden Rock, Monks out for morning alms
RFT8WWB4–Happy Vesak Day illustration. Buddha face made of particles and lotus flower background for traditional hindu celebration.
RMA04B4D–Myanmar (Burma) Bagan temples at sunset
RFB3BP1T–nice balancing stones representing stability and balance
RFF11F54–Asian monks-in-training lighting candles at Buddha shrine
RMG2M9B2–Buddhist monks and pagoda
RMACAFHW–Woman using prayermill in Galdan Namge Lhatse monastry Tawang
RF2GRYC8F–A Burmese map of the world, showing traces of Medieval European map-making from The thirty-seven nats : a phase of spirit worship prevailing in Burma
RFA4HT71–elephant outside buddhist temple or wat
RMECR840–Statue of Buddha at Kande Viharya Buddhist Temple in Aluthgama, Sri Lanka
RMA0A0H3–Temple detail of the Royal Palace of Cambodia in the capital city Phnom Penh
RFFYJW83–Buddha, tattoo illustration, handmade draw over vintage paper
RFCCBA4E–A close-up of a japanese zen garden
RFF0JB7D–butterfly laid on a stone surrounded with water
RFB930MD–Sculptures on the walls photographed at the Terrace of the Leper King Angkor Wat City Cambodia
RFDKPGMT–Buddha figurine and candles on ledge
RFEGP5G7–Big green buddha by pink sunset - 3D render
RMJF8XKR–Pilgrims preaching Buddhism (from 217 AD). History of China. Liebig collectors' card 1933
RF2FKF501–Happy Buddha Purnima greeting with typography. Peaceful illustration with lotus flower. Beautiful festive design for website and social media post.
RFCBWPR7–an illustration of a row of buddhas with lotus flowers in front of a big pink sun
RMBAP2E5–Golden Buddha at the summit of Mount Emei Shan, Sichuan, China 2008
RMAXJ1TE–Siddhartha Gautama the founder of Buddhism. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFFCTYD–BUDDHISM: DOUBLE AX. /nBuddhist double-ax symbol of divinity.
RMA1E4B3–Fresco of the God Pehor Gelpo in Drukpa Kagyu Buddhism Monastery of Gangtey Bhutan
RMCPMPMX–Priest of the Lamaism (Tibetan Buddhism)
RMMC6KFG–Buddhism The entrance to the Sacred Bodhi Tree Anuradhapura Sri Lanka
RM2B00Y4H–China/Tibet: Khedrup Gelek Pelzang, 1st Panchen Lama (1385-1438), c. 1882. Khedrup Gelek Pelzang (1385–1438), better known as Khedrup Je, the 1st Panchen Lama, was one of the main disciples of Lama Tsongkhapa (founder of the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism).
RMKCEM6W–Protector deities of the Tibetan Government and Buddhism. Dated 20th Century
RF2HJRB1Y–Colossal Embodiment in Bronze of the founder of Buddhism. Japan (1923)
RMT1A4PA–religion, Buddhism, liturgic objects, 20th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2GK844F–Head of the Buddha 300 - 399 A.D. Gandhara Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. founder of Buddhism
RMTXGMGG–The bodhisattva of Vajrasattva, which in Tibetan Buddhism Vajrasattva is associated with the sambhogakaya and purification practice. Dated 15th Century
RFDKPGRG–Buddha figurine and candles on ledge
RFEHT64P–Seven small buddhas in chakra colors meditating upon water by day - 3D render
RMFXE5DB–Buddhism. Stupa. Bronze; casting, hammering, gilding, engraving. From China. 18th century. The State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg. Russia.
RMR90Y8J–buddhism temple, sarnath, varanasi, uttar pradesh, india
RMK07JRF–Buddhism - Temple Elephants carrying the sacred tooth relic at the Perahera Procession, Kandy, Sri Lanka - during the Kandy Esala Perahera (The Festival of the Tooth). Date: circa 1920s
RMJMBFAN–Kanishka inaugurates Mahayana Buddhism, 100 AD. Kanishka I aka Kanishka the Great. Second century emperor of the Kushan dynasty, famous for his military, political, and spiritual achievements. After the painting by Ambrose Dudley (1867-1951). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RM2BN0M6A–[ 1910s Japan - Dainenbutsuji Temple, Osaka ] — The Sanmon Gate at the Dainenbutsuji Temple (大念仏寺) in Hirano-ku, Osaka. Dainenbutsuji is the head temple of the Yuzu Nembutsu School of Pure Land Buddhism. It was founded in 1127. Today, the main hall is the largest wooden structure in Osaka Prefecture. The sanmon (山門 or 三門) is the main gate at a Buddhist Zen temple. 20th century vintage postcard.
RM2HE2FA5–A late 19th Century illustration of Japanese Buddhist priests. Practiced in Japan since about the sixth century CE, it has given birth to numerous new Buddhist schools, many of which trace themselves to Chinese Buddhist traditions. Japanese Buddhism had a major influence on Japanese society and culture and remains an influential aspect to this day
RME11YE1–Mar. 23, 1981 - World Premiere Buddhism in Paris Private Meeting
RMFFCTYK–BUDDHISM: PRAYER WHEEL. /nTibetan prayer wheel. Line engraving.
RMDE1X1R–The guardian kings of Buddhism carved on the north wall of the Fengxian temple at the Longmen cave-temple complex.
RMBPXG4F–Head monk Saddhaloka from Theravada Buddhism is showing a relics to a pilgrim from Sri Lanka, Shravasti, Uttar Pradesh India.
RMMC6KFX–Buddhism The exterior of the Buddha temple of Sri Pushparam Welithara Sri Lanka
RM2B010GW–Sri Lanka: Giant seated Buddha at Ambasthala Dagoba, Mihintale. Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura that is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is now a pilgrimage site, and the site of several religious monuments and abandoned structures.
RMKCEM6Y–Protector deities of the Tibetan Government and Buddhism. Dated 20th Century
RF2J8766J–Central Asia & China religions <14C Buddhism Islam Mazdeism Manichaeism 1935 map
RMT1A4RN–religion, Buddhism, Nirvana of the Buddha, adapted from painting, Japan, wood engraving, 19th century, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMFRRKP1–Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha is one of the four principal bodhisattvas in East Asian Mahayana Buddhism 1866, by Ishii Fujibei ( in Japanese culture, where he is known as Jizō or Ojizō - sama )
RMF9B1K3–Concrete Sculpture of Sinner Being Punished or Torturred for Blasphemy or Undermining Buddhism. Kitsch Folk Art Sculpture in the Wat Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden in the Temple Grounds, Bang Saen, Chonburi Thailand
RMD31HBH–Kofukuji Buddhism Buddhist temple Nara Japan
RM2A926GR–Italy Piedmont Turin - Mazzonis Palace - Mao Museum ( Museo d'Arte Orientale ) - Museum of Oriental art - Zao Gongen - Cypress wodd - Heian Period 11th century - Zao - Gongen is a japanese deity,in which there are elements of both Shintoism and Buddhism
RMBJ4NWJ–Shisendo temple. Built in 1641 by poet Jozan Ishikawa (1582-1672). It belongs to the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism. Kyoto. Japan.
RMT0HCAF–Kanishka inaugurates Mahayana Buddhism, 100 AD
RFM7GRAD–This illustration that dates to 1898 and shows the deity Indra. In Hinduism, Indra is a Vedic deity. In Buddhism, Vedic is a guardian deity. In jainism, Indra is the king of the highest heaven. In the Vedas, he is the king of Svarga (heaven) and the supernatural beings known as the Devas.
RMJM2F5D–An envoy of Asoka is sent to declare peace after the Kalinga War, 261 BC. According to legend Ashoka ventured out to roam the city of Kalinga after the war and all he could see were burnt houses and scattered corpses, this transformed the vengeful Ashoka to a stable and peaceful emperor and he became a patron of Buddhism. Ashoka or Aśoka; died 232 BC. Ancient Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RM2BN050P–[ 1930s Japan - Japanese Monks with Donation Bags ] — Four Buddhist monks with donation bags, ready to collect donations in town. The text on the bags reads Shokoku Senmon Dojo (相國専門道場). Shokoku-ji is a Buddhist temple in northern Kyoto, founded in 1382. A senmon dojo is a training monastery of the Rinzai school, one of three Zen sects in Japanese Buddhism. Monks train here to attain qualification for priesthood. 20th century gelatin silver print.
RMT4PB6W–The pilgrims praying outside Jokhang Temple, the most sacred temple of Tibetan Buddhism in Lhasa, Tibet
RME105T1–Jan. 1, 1970 - Praying For Peace. Buddhism is the dominant religion and here an old man prays to his god.
RMFFCTBX–BUDDHISM: MITSU TOMOE. /nA mitsu tomoe, symbol of the Shinto trinity.
RFRWXAHX–Novizen, Tempelschueler im Buddhismus in Thailand / novices, temple students in buddhism in thailand
RMA89F0R–Buddhism sculpture in Forbidden City, Beijing, China
RMMC6KFH–Buddhism The great seated Buddha at Rajamaha Viharaya Mihintale Sri Lanka
RM2B010GX–Sri Lanka: Giant seated Buddha at Ambasthala Dagoba, Mihintale. Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura that is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is now a pilgrimage site, and the site of several religious monuments and abandoned structures.
RMF7NAMT–The four depictions of Prince Siddharta (The founder of Buddhism), from Dunhuang; China. Painted silk, 9th century
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