Mount Meru / Weltenberg Meru


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Golden preaching Buddha
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Prajnaparamita [2], Mother of all the Buddhas, with her lower hands in meditation and her top hands holding a dorje and book of wisdom.
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Golden preaching Buddha
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White Avalokitesvara, Bodhisattva of Compassion
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Red ManjusrI, Bodhisattva of Wisdom
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Blue Vajrapani, Bodhisattva of Power
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Amitabha
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Buddha in meditation mudra with flames and water erupting from his bod
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Buddha with their right hands in the gesture of reassurance holding a book
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Buddha with their right hands in the gesture of reassurance
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Yellow Buddha Ratnasambhava
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White Dhyani Buddha Vairocana
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Blue Medical Buddha Bhaisajyaguru
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Blue Dhyani Buddha Akshobhya
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Blue, pop-eyed, sword-wielding Lokapala Virudhaka [Tib. phag pa'i kye po].
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Red Lokapala Virupaksha, [Tib.: mig mi bzang]
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Eight Auspicious Substances [trashi dza gyad] consist of a mirror, medicine [gi wang], yoghurt, dürva grass, bilva fruit, conch, vermilion powder, and mustard seed.
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Eight Auspicious Symbols [bkra shis rtags brgyad], which are a conch, wheel, victory banner, canopy, twin fish, vase, lotus, and endless knot
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Peaceful offering of the five senses: mirror for sight, fruit for taste, yoghurt for smell, musical instrument for sound, and a piece of silk for touch.
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Seven precious possessions of the universal monarch, represented by a precious wheel, precious jewel, precious queen, precious minister, precious general, precious horse, and precious elephant.
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White, lute-playing Lokapala Dhritarashtra, [Tib. Yul ´khor bsrung]. He is the King of the East. He is sworn to the protection of the dharma of Buddha Shakyamu
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Vaishravana [tib.: rNam thos sras], the King of the North is depicted. He holds an umbrella [or his sometime equivalent Kubera, Lord of Wealth].
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