The Chicken-Feeding Girl would be paying a price for every chicken she raised, just as the person who slaughtered it would pay a price along with the person who cooked it and the one who ate it, all of whom are depicted within the hell tableau at Baodingshan. Various methods were promoted to get to the Pure Land. Within the tableau, she is placed next to a hungry ghost and a human in the form of a monk. These were performed in combination with offerings to various entities, the most notable being the Ten Kings of Hell, whose images can be seen above that of the Chicken-Feeding Girl at Great Buddha Bend. Originally realistically painted, this high-relief sculpted work is often misunderstood, if not exactly misidentified. Detail of Chicken-Feeding Girl behind lotus altar, next to hungry ghost on right and preaching monk on left.
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