Maitreya Bodhisattva

Maitreya Bodhisattva by Deepak Kumar Joshi
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Code: #dkj12
By Deepak Kumar Joshi
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Year: 2011
Size: 14.00 x 18.00 in
Material: Canvas
Medium: Stone color
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Maitreya Buddha is regarded as the Buddha to be born in the future, hence the name Future Buddha, of this fortunate aeon. It is said that his birth will take place in city of Ketumati (Banares ?) ruled by Cakravarti king Sankha. At that time the human beings will live for , years. It is said that Shakyamuni Buddha before leaving Tusita heaven announced that Maitreya would be his successor.

It is also said that Asanga, the renowned sage of the Mahayana, went to Tusita heaven to meet Maitreya and he was initiated into five doctrines or works viz:

  •     Uttaratantra Sastra
  •     Abhisamayalamkara
  •     Mahayana Sutralamkara
  •     Madhyanta Vibhaga Sastram
  •     Dharma Dharmata Vibhaga Sastram

Maitreya as a Bodhisattva was quite popular in Theravada countries. His images can be found in Sri Lanka, Burma and Thailand. His images can also be seen in China and Tibet. Maitreya is yellow in color. He holds in his right hand the flower of Nagakeshar and with the left the mendicant bowl. When he is represented in Buddha posture, his hands show dharmacakra mudra with his legs down on the lotus.

 
Note: Please note that the actual colors of the Painting may vary due to differences in monitor color depth and make. The color shown is as close as possible to the actual colors of the Painting.

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This piece of work seems very immature being an artist with fame, the composition is very weak in perspective (such as the pillars with its base & top, the throne, aura (the decoratated PRABHA,) in whole painting. Though the color of the clouds on the foreground is interesting but the main figure is also poor copy from Anandmuni shakya. I have heard about the artist, this piece perhaps may be his early work, I guess.........Hope to see more works. Thanks.
By: Padma Mani Singh, Lalitpur (2011-08-06)

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Deepak Kumar Joshi
Date of Birth : 1963-05-18

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