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Kokuzo Bosatsu (Akasagarbha)

kokuzo Bosatsu (Akasagarbha) (bosatsu is the equilevant of bodhisvistta in Japan) kokuzo is the god of wisdom, memory, craftspeople and artisans

大日如来

大日如来 Dainichi Nyorai: the sun Buddha, called Vairocana or Mahāvairocana; a celestial buddha who is often interpreted, in texts like the Flower Garland Sutra, as the Bliss Body of the historical Buddha.

Balinese, Buddha, Spirituality

Samantabhadra _พระโพธิสัตว์สมันตภัทร เป็นตัวแทนกฎแห่งกรรม

Samantabhadra is known as the Bodhisattva of "Universal Worthy" as his virtue is that of a sage's. As a cosmic entity, Samatabhadra is the embodyment of all Bodhisattva practices and merits indispensable in the attainment of Buddhahood.

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Indra (L). Brahma (R) - Bonten in Japanese. Exalted Buddhist passionless deities or devas, which were originally major Indian vedic gods. by Takuma Shoga.

Buddha

tara hindu deity pictures of | godess tara | Green Tara - Hindu mythology: Tara is a star goddess ...

LOVE THE COLOR, subject matter doesnt really do it for me though Green Tara Goddess/Bodhisattva

Buddha Painting, Win, Buddhist Art, Buddhists, Chinese Art, Oriental

Bouddha et ses différentes représentations .

amyipaguana: Chenrezig Mandala (Esoteric Black Thangka) In Christian culture, the Christos or Christ energy. Both symbolize the embodiment of Compassion # Thangka

Lokapala Sutta: Guardians of the World.   AN 2.9. Theravada Buddhism.        "Monks, these two bright qualities guard the world. Which two? Moral Conscience & Concern about evil-doing. If these two bright qualities did not guard the world, there would be no recognition of 'mother' here, no recognition of 'mother's sister,' 'uncle's wife,' 'teacher's wife,' or 'wife of those who deserve respect.'   The world would be immersed in promiscuity, like rams with goats, roosters with pigs, or dogs…

Lokapala Sutta: Guardians of the World. AN 2.9. Theravada Buddhism. "Monks, these two bright qualities guard the world. Which two? Moral Conscience & Concern about evil-doing. If these two bright qualities did not guard the world, there would be no recognition of 'mother' here, no recognition of 'mother's sister,' 'uncle's wife,' 'teacher's wife,' or 'wife of those who deserve respect.' The world would be immersed in promiscuity, like rams with goats, roosters with pigs, or dogs…

He who delights in subduing evil thoughts, who meditates on the impurities and is ever mindful - it is he who will make an end of craving and rend asunder Mara's fetter - Dhammapada v.350, Theravada Buddhism

He who delights in subduing evil thoughts, who meditates on the impurities and is ever mindful - it is he who will make an end of craving and rend asunder Mara's fetter - Dhammapada Theravada Buddhism