Gandhara Shibi Jataka

Shibi Jataka is one of the Jataka tales detailing episodes of the various incarnations of Buddha. Each Jataka tale illustrates the Buddhist ideals of Dharma and sacrifice in various forms. Tradition states that these tales were narrated by Buddha himself during his ministry in India to emphasise that by the constant practice of virtuous deeds one reaches the status of Nirvana or enlightenment.
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Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Śibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhāna and uttarīya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him

Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Śibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhāna and uttarīya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him

Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Śibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhāna and uttarīya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him

Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Śibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhāna and uttarīya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him

King Śibi

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Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Sibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhana and uttariya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him Indra, slightly turned towards the king, raises his right hand at right angles to himself, the thumb across the…

Panel showing the Bodhisattva as King Sibi ransoming a pigeon with his own flesh. From right to left a youthful haloed deity with moustache and a chignon bound at the base stands almost in profile with his right hand raised, palm outward. He wears a paridhana and uttariya, a collar with small pendants and double bracelets, that on his left wrist beaded and with discs. Beside him Indra, slightly turned towards the king, raises his right hand at right angles to himself, the thumb across the…

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