Obsidian Buddhist Amulet Pendant Necklace

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Fine or Fashion: Fashion
Shape\pattern: Figure
Pendant size: 60*38*12mm
Bead size: 8mm 6mm
Chain type: Bead chain
Type: 6 styles
Color: Black
Religion: Buddhism

Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism who later became known as “the Buddha,” lived during the 5th century B.C. Gautama was born into a wealthy family as a prince in present-day Nepal. Although he had an easy life, Gautama was moved by suffering in the world.

Who is the Buddha and what did he do?
Buddha, born with the name Siddhartha Gautama, was a teacher, philosopher and spiritual leader who is considered the founder of Buddhism. He lived and taught in the region around the border of modern-day Nepal and India sometime between the 6th to 4th century B.C.

How did Buddha become Buddha?

One day, seated beneath the Bodhi tree (the tree of awakening) Siddhartha became deeply absorbed in meditation, and reflected on his experience of life, determined to penetrate its truth. He finally achieved Enlightenment and became the Buddha.

Who is Vishnu?

Vishnu is the second god in the Hindu triumvirate (orTrimurti). ... Vishnu is the preserver and protector of the universe. His role is to return to the earth in troubled times and restore the balance of good and evil. He has four arms.
Hindus are encouraged to relate to God in the way that suits them best, like worshipping many deities who are believed to be manifestations of God. The trimurti or three main deities are Brahma, the creator; Vishnu, the preserver; and Shiva, the destroyer. That's why Hinduism is often thought of as polytheistic.

What images does Buddhism use?

They began as symbols used in India at the coronation of kings. In Buddhist traditions, the eight symbols are a white parasol, a conch shell, a treasure vase, a victory banner, a dharma wheel, a pair of golden fish, an endless knot, and a lotus flower. These symbols can be found and are used throughout the religion.

What are the images called in Hinduism?

Pratima, (Sanskrit: “image” or “likeness” of a deity) also called murti (Sanskrit: “form” or “manifestation”) or vigraha (Sanskrit: “form”), in Hinduism, a sacred image or depiction of a deity.

What are the demons in Hindu mythology?
The following are notable Daityas.
  • Hiranyaksha - eldest son of Kashyapa and Diti.
  • Hiranyakashipu - second son of Kashyapa and Diti.
  • Holika or Sinhika - daughter of Kashyapa and Diti.
  • Prahlada - son of Hiranyakashipu.
  • Virochana - son of Prahlada, father of Bali.
  • Devamba - mother of Bali.
  • Bali - son of Virochana.