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Naga - Sanskrit “serpent” in Hinduism and Buddhism, a member of a class of semidivine beings, half human and half serpentine.

Naga | Hindu mythology

Naga: The Serpent Musician - A collection of miscellaneous naga-related information, plus the frothing a of a religious nutbar who really, really has it out for nagas.

Naga - Sanskrit “serpent” in Hinduism and Buddhism, a member of a class of semidivine beings, half human and half serpentine.

Naga

Naga: The Serpent Musician - A collection of miscellaneous naga-related information, plus the frothing a of a religious nutbar who really, really has it out for nagas.

Fudô Myo-o, Roi Immuable de la Sagesse, est une divinité du bouddhisme japonais ésotérique (le mikkyō)

Painted silk scroll depicting the black skinned wisdom King fudo Myoo (the immivable one) Fudo is the cosmic Buddha, he is shown with 2 attendants, Seitaka Doji (red) and Kongara Doji (white). Japan, Kamakura period - 1200 A.

Lord Vishnu on Sesanaga  Badami Cave Temples

Lord Vishnu on Sesanaga Badami Cave Temples

Mahakala Bhairava with Buddhas, Ganesha, Karttikeya, Achala, and Devotees. Newar Lineage. Malla Period, Nepal. 1500s •●

magictransistor: “ Mahakala Bhairava with Buddhas, Ganesha, Karttikeya, Achala, and Devotees.

Rock carvings of Jainas at Shravanabelagola-http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Western_Ganga_literature

Rock carvings of Jainas at Shravanabelagola-http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Western_Ganga_literature

Komainu 狛犬 Translation: Goryeo (an ancient Korean dynasty) dog Alternate Names: shishi (stone lion); refers only to the left-hand komainu Habitat: shrines, temples, and holy areas Diet: carnivorous Appearance: Komainu are noble holy animals which are usually employed as guardians of holy areas. They can range in size from a small dog to the size of a lion, and due to their resemblance to both creatures, are often called lion dogs in English. They have thick, curly manes and tails, powerful…

Komainu 狛犬 Translation: Goryeo (an ancient Korean dynasty) dog Alternate Names…

Hadaka Jizo (Nude Jizo). Denkoji Temple, Nara.Kshitigarbha in Sanskrit) — Jizo is the compassionate Bodhisattva from Buddhist tradition who comes to greet people when they die, particularly children who, in Japan and other Asian cultures, are believed to be too young to understand the teachings of the Buddha and can therefore become stuck on the banks of the river Sai.

Jizo Bodhisattva (Bosatsu), Ksitigarbha, Savior from Torments of Hell, Patron of Expectant Mothers. Protector of Children & Aborted Souls, Others

Samudracoin1 - Harp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Coin of Gupta period depicting Samudragupta, ruler of the Gupta Empire (c. 335 – c. 375 CE), and successor to Chandragupta I, is considered to be one of the greatest military geniuses in Indian history

Acala, Achala अचल; immovable, one is a guardian deity primarily revered in Vajrayana Buddhism in Japan, China and elsewhere.

immovable, one is a guardian deity primarily revered in Vajrayana Buddhism in Japan, China and elsewhere. FUDO MYOO (in Japanese) - or ACALA (in Sanskrit) -

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

Beware His Cleansing Fire // o-Fudō-Sama by David LaSpina -  / FUDO MYOO (in Japanese) - or ACALA (in Sanskrit) - | "Para se Ser um Bom Samurai é Preciso Ter um Pouco de Sangue Preto" Provérbio Japonês

Beware His Cleansing Fire // o-Fudō-Sama by David LaSpina

AKALA ÁRIA  -  Arya Achala, Tibet, 12th century, Kadam Lineage - / FUDO MYOO (in Japanese) - or ACALA (in Sanskrit) - |

Arya Achala Tibet century, Kadam Lineage Collection of Shelley & Donald Rubin - Acala - Wikipedia Acalanatha

梵字:KAN - the seed syllable for Fudo-sama

Kaan The sanskrit Seed syllable of Fudo myoo. Guardian against delusion.

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