Kṣitigarbha (地藏)

Illustration by Chris Huang

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A bodhisattva primarily revered in East Asian Buddhism, usually depicted as a Buddhist monk. His name may be translated as “Earth Store”. Some sects believe he shouldn’t wear the monk’s five-Buddha crown. He is known for his great vows –
“Until the hells are empty I vow to forgo Buddhahood”
When beings are saved will I then certify to Bodhi.
His shining pearl lights the way to heaven’s halls; his six-ringed golden staff shakes open wide the gates of hell.

Hi Res Vector Prints from Adobe Illustrator CS6

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With five-Buddha crown, Without five-Buddha crown


Paper, Canvas


18"x24", 24"x36", Custom Size


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