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The Buddhist deity White Tara

According to Buddhist tradition, Tara was born out of the tears of compassion of the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. It is said that he wept as he looked upon the world of suffering beings, and his tears formed a lake in which a lotus sprung up.

Mahakala Panjarnata - Lord of the Pavilion. This aspect of Mahakala is usually shown with a danda stick resting on his forearms from which all forms of Mahakala can emanate. He is surrounded here by other guardian deities such as Citipati and Palden Lhamo. The white Shedrupa Mahakala at his feet generates wealth, not for greed, but to propagate the dharma and rescue beings from their suffering. Gurgyi Gonpo, as he is known in Tibetan, is the patron protector of the Sakya lineage.

Mahakala Panjarnata - Lord of the Pavilion. This aspect of Mahakala is usually shown with a gandhi stick resting on his forearms from which all forms of Mahakala can emanate. He is surrounded here by.

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Mahakala – one of the most well-known Dharma protectors within Tibetan Buddhism

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Maitreya Buddha

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