Temple Guardian Naraen Kongo


This replica is a small version of the Japanese temple guards in the Rijksmuseum. The height of this statue is 23 cm.

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This is one of two temple guardians: Misshaku Kongo and Naraen Kongo.

Temple guardians are placed at the entrance to a temple to ward off evil. Each of these figures holds a vajra for crushing ignorance. Their open and closed mouths represent a and un, the first and final syllables of Siddham (a script used to write Sanskrit): these syllables symbolize all spoken sounds and scripts, thus all knowledge. Worshippers who enter the temple precinct through the guardians’ gate symbolically acquire this knowledge.


Weight0,87 kg
Dimensions25 × 16 × 7 cm


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