This Gandharan schist panel depicts Buddha's First sermon. After attaining enlightenment, Buddha was rejoined by his ashamed devotees who had previously abandoned him when he became an ascetic. In the Deer Park at Sarnath he thus gave his first teachings. The stylised foliage and the recumbent deer at the far right emphasise the setting.
Sankassa descent of the Buddha.Gandhara.250AD
LE PREMIER SERMON DU BUDDHA Art du Gandhâra ca 2°- 4° siècle Schiste. 11 x 15 cm Rare relief présentant le Buddha debout et deux attendants agenouillés devant un trône sur lequel repose une roue stylisée en forme de lotus épanoui en supportant trois autres. Cette symbolique évoquant la période aniconique de l’iconographie bouddhiste est bien évidemment à mettre en rapport avec le premier sermon du Buddha dans le parc des gazelles de Sarnath qui était composé de trois parties.
Photograph of a Buddhist sculpture slab from the lower monastery at Nutta in Peshawar District showing the worship of the triratna symbol.'This represents shaven-headed monks paying adoration to the Dharma-chakra, or symbol of the wheel, which is surmounted by the Triratna, or symbol of the ''three gems'', above which are three wheels, or Dharma-chakras. The Triratna is described as the triple object of veneration - Buddha, the law, and the church. The wheel symbol is the wheel of the law of…
The frieze is carved in deep relief with Buddha Shakyamuni standing. Vajrapani (Heracles) is standing behind him and holding the vajra emblem. A worshipper is standing in front of him.
Le bodhisattva Maitreya dans le paradis Tushita - Afghanistan, Kapisa, monastère de Shotorak,Epoque Kouchane, IIIème-Vème siècle Schiste - 29,7 x 43,8 cm
ภาพแกะหินพระประวัติพระพุทธเจ้า "ปฐมเทศนา", ปลายศตว. 2, สกุลคันธาระ • "First Sermon at the Deer Park in Sarnath" • Four Scenes from the Life of the Buddh • Kushan dynasty, late 2nd to early 3rd century AD, Gandhara.
Triratna Gandhara Lucknow Museum
CHRISTIE’S A gray schist relief with Buddha and a chakra Gandhara, 2nd/3rd century Buddha standing at center holding the hem of his sanghati and backed by a nimbus, with Vajrapani at right dressed in a short tunic and clutching the vajra with both hands, a lotiform chakra at left resting on a low base, with three adoring monks, all flanked by columns with foliate capitals 13¼ in. (33.6 cm.) wide • SALE 2870 — • INDIAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN ART • 16 September 2014 New York, Rockefeller Plaza