Four Bodhisattvas in Chinese Buddhism: Manjusri Bodhisattva, Guanyin Bodhisattva, Puxian Bodhisattva and Tibetan Bodhisattva. The four Bodhisattvas'mounts are totally different, and the meanings they symbolize are also different. Puxian Bodhisattva is a threatener of Sakyamuni Buddha. Puxian serves on the right side with white elephants. The wisdom, certainty and practice of the Buddha are the complete and complete interpretations of the Buddha's reason, wisdom and testimony. Manjusri and Puxian are the first of all Bodhisattvas and often help to promote the Tathagata. Puxian Bodhisattva's mount is the six-tooth white elephant of the spiritual tooth fairy. White elephant stands for deep willingness and tireless diligence; Six teeth stand for Six Boromi - giving, adhering to precepts, enduring humiliation, improving, meditating and wisdom. Buddhism calls the six-tooth white elephant the embodiment of Bodhisattva, to express the spirit, and to symbolize "Willing to do vast, merit and virtue complete". Like nature, its symbolic power is so great that when we act, we must be persistent and fearless in order to succeed.
The life-like depiction of the Buddha's Riding Elephants has high economic value and collection value.