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Visnu (?) assis Fin du 16e siècle, début du 17e siècle (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier 16e siècle, 17e siècle, période incertaine cuivre, doré, repoussé Collection Népal du musée Guimet

Trident (triçûla, rTse-gsum) 17e siècle (?) Argenté, dorures, fer, martelage Section Tibet du musée Guimet

Hayagrîva (r’Ta-mgrin) en union (yab-yum) avec son épouse de sagesse Fin 15ème-début 16ème siècle. Cuivre doré incrusté de turquoises Tibet Section Tibet du musée Guimet

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Stele with Eight Great Events from the Life of the Buddha, 10th century. India, Bihar, possibly from Nalanda. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (2009.541) | Relief sculptures showing the great pilgrim sites take on increasing importance across north India. The most significant scene is the central Buddha touching the earth at the moment of his enlightenment under the Bodhi tree at Bodhgaya. Surrounding him are seven other scenes of his life. #Buddhism

Masque de déité terrible pour danse rituelle (cham). Tibet fin 19 ème. Carton moulé et peint.

Gilt bronze Buddha statue dated by an inscription on the base to 338 CE. This is the earliest known dated Buddha image made in China and, according to the museum, appears in almost every major publication on early Chinese Buddhist sculpture. Its style is influenced by that of the Gandhara region (parts of modern-day Pakistan, Afghanistan and NW India), which traveled along the Silk Road to China.

La reine Maya Devi donnant naissance au prince Siddhârta, le futur Buddha Cakyamuni 1ère moitié 19e siècle Sculpture en cuivre et laiton Section Népal du musée Guimet