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paper mache | daruma



פסלון daruma קטנצ'יק

מידה כ 5 ס"מ

עשוי נייר (paper mache)


כעין קמע או סמל לאורך רוח, התמדה, למזל טוב שגשוג והצלחה

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וכשמגשימים את החלום / אתגר צובעים את העין השניה

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A Daruma doll  is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modeled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism. These dolls, though typically red and depicting a bearded man (Bodhidharma), vary greatly in color and design depending on region and artist.

Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Japanese Paper

Daruma are modelled after the Bodhidharma, a Chinese Buddhist monk from the 5th century who became the patriarch of the school of Chan Buddhism in China. And though he was Chinese, he is revered in Japan because what the Chinese know as Chan Buddhism became Zen Buddhism in Japan.

As for the appearance of the daruma, that’s a fairly unique and bleak story. Zen Buddhism is a school of Buddhism that emphasises the importance of meditation, and Bodhidharma himself is said to have meditated for nine years straight, until eventually his arms and legs atrophied and dropped off. The is how the Japanese daruma doll obtained its current form of a limbless head and torso.

a talisman that serves as a reminder of your own life goals. Drawing in the eye of the daruma is not a wish; it is a promise to yourself that you will follow your dream and achieve your goal, whatever obstacles may come your way and whatever pitfalls you might have to climb out of as you continue along your journey

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