Devas Worship Giant Buddha at Hong Kong Temple - Stock Image

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Devas Worship Giant Buddha at Hong Kong Temple. It is one of the Six Devas outside the Giant Buddha - The first floor outside the Giant Buddha, one of the Hong Kong's famous scenic spot.

The six bronze statues kneeling in dancing postures outside of the Giant Buddha are known as the Six Devas, or "mother Buddha". Each deva was holding offerings of flowers, incense, a lamp, ointment, fruit and music to express her tribute to the Buddha. The offerings also symbolize charity, precepts, patience, zeal, meditation and wisdom. There are the six paramitas and ten thousand wholesome deeds practiced by Buddhas to attain samyaksambuddha (Buddhahood).
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