Numerology information Manjusri:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Songs about Manjusri:

songsOm A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhih (The Five Word Mantra of Manjusri Bodhisattva) by Imee Ooi from the Album The Five Word Mantra of Manjusri Bodhisattva

songsThe Wisdom Of Manjusri by Imee Ooi from the Album The Five Word Mantra of Manjusri Bodhisattva

songsManjusri by Jeffrey Goodman from the Album Music From the Shelter of Clear Light: a Musical Journey Through Ancient Tibet

songsManjusri Bodhisattva (Monju Bosatsu) by Massimo Claus from the Album Shingon - Jusan - Butsu (Shingon Mantras)

songsPraise to Manjusri by Thinley Tsering from the Album Prayers from Tibet

songsManjusri: the dance of the Bodhisattva Manjusri by Stenopeica from the Album Charya: The Tantric Musical Tradition of the Kathmandu Valley


Books about Manjusri:

booksThe Wisdom of Manjusri by Vimalamitra, Rongzom Mahapandita, Garab Dorje (Lalitavajra) and Tulku Sherdor (Nov 30, 2012)

booksMAÑJUSRI: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Raoul Birnbaum (2005)

booksChanting the Names of Manjusri: The Manjusri-Nama-Samgiti (Buddhist Tradition Series) by Alex Wayman (Jan 1, 1999)

booksStudies on the Mysteries of Manjusri a group of East Asian Mandalas and Their Traditional Symbolism by Raoul Birnbaum (1111)

booksManjusri temple Qingliangshan Chi (Tibetan)(Chinese Edition) by BEN SHE.YI MING (2007)

booksManjusri Image Studies (Paperback)(Chinese Edition) by SUN XIAO GANG (Jan 1, 2000)

booksManjusri Wisdom by the (Department of the National Library of Rare Books Special Collections Selected Special... by Unknown (1991)


Wiki information Manjusri:


Mañjuśrī is a bodhisattva associated with transcendent wisdom in Mahāyāna Buddhism. In Esoteric Buddhism he is also taken as a meditational deity. The Sanskrit name Mañjuśrī can be translated as "Gentle Glory", "Soft Glory", "Wondrous...

Manjusri Monastery

Manjusri Monastery is a former Buddhist monastery established in 1733 and destroyed by Mongolian communists in 1937. Its ruins are located approximately 15 kilometers south of the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar on the south slope of Bogd Khan Uul...