Description of Manjushree:
Manjushree is viewed both as a historical boshisattva, and as an emanation of viarochana Buddha. He manifests as a bodhisattva to provoket investigation into such topics as Emptiness, free will, and the nature of the self. He is one of the most popular Bodhisattvas following Avalokitesvra. Within Tibetan Buddhism,Manjushree is a tantric meditational deity or Yidam, and considered a fully enlightened Buddha. He sometimes is depicted in a trinity with Avlokiteshvara and vajrapani.
Manjushree is mentioned in many Mahayana sutras, Particularly the Prajnaparamita sutras.The Lotus sutra assigns him a paradise called Vimala, Wich according to the Avatamsaka sutra is located in the east. Another epithet is Vakishvara (Lord of speech) and it is this aspect of Manjushree that associates him with a great historical teacher known as Manjughosha.
Manjushree is known as the God of Divine wisdom, and is considered the founder of Nepalese civilization and the creator of the Kathmandu Valley. Devotees believe that he confers wisdom, memory and intelligence.