Jundei-Kannon, ici Juntei-Kannon (sk. Cuṇ->-Avalokitesvara) 准堤観音(ここは准胝観音)
Miyuki-yama Kami-Daigo-ji (École Shingon, Branche Daigo) ; N°11 des 33 lieux sacrés des Provinces de l'Ouest) Miyukiyama Daigo-ji Daigosan 1, Daigo, Fushimi-ku Kyôto-shi 深雪山 上醍醐寺(真言宗醍醐派) 京都市伏見区醍醐醍醐山 1 (西国三十三所十一番)
扶桑唯一躰 降臨醍醐山 准胝佛母尊 誓嗣子安産 十一番上醍醐寺 Fusô yuittai kôrin Daigo-zan Juntei butsumo-zon seishi shi-anzan
Jundei's appearence is best described in the opening of theZhundi (tuoluoni)-jing(TD 1076) translated into Chinese by the Indian monk Amoghavajra (705-774): one-faced, three-eyed and with eighteen arms, Cuṇḍī is seated on a lotus blossom emerging from the sea on a long, tree-like stem. The flower is supported by the two dragon-kings (nāgarāja龍王) Nanda (難陀) and Bananda (跋難陀) in Chinese costume and insignia, with two heavenly maiden (天女) hovering above carrying flower baskets. Type iconographique décrit dans : 七倶胝佛母心大准堤陀羅尼經,Shichikutei butsumoshin daijundei darani-kyô,ou plus simplementDaijundei-kyô; TD 1077.
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