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Kannon worship remains non-denominational and widespread. S/he appears in countless forms throughout Japan to assist with all manner of earthly petitions and to protect all those trapped in the six realms of karmic rebirth, especially the human realm.
Some of Japan’s innumerable Kannon emanations (both traditional and modern) include: Batō Kannon (Japanese)Also spelled Bato or Batou Sanskrit = Hayagrīva Avalokitêśvara Chinese = Mǎtóu Guānyīn Korean = Madu Gwan-eum 마두관음Sanskrit Seed Pronounced UUN ウーン in Japan Shingon Mantra (ご真言)おん あみりとどはば うんぱったOn Amiritodohaba Unbatta Kannon with Horse Head Hase Dera (Kamakura) One of 33 Kannon presented to Hase Dera by Shogun Yoshimasa (1449-1471 AD)For more on Batō, see: Cleveland Museum of Art (outside link)and Norman Havens (outside link).
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