- lokapala. in Hindu and Buddhist mythology, any of the guardians of the four cardinal directions.
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- The Buddha is flanked by two monks and two Lokapalas.
- Pair of lokapala (heavenly guardians); China: Tang dynasty (618
- Pair of lokapala (heavenly guardians); China: Tang dynasty (618-907); c. 700- 750.
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- Known in China as tianwang, Lokapalas were originally Buddhist deities, guardians of the four cardinal directions.
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- While this was being said, the world protectors, the Lokapalas. 37 with Agni, came Lokapalas are the supporters or guardians of the world.
- Hindu Contributions to Japanese Religion
- 4 Lokapalas (Shitenno). • Kuber (Vaishravana). (North).
- Lokapala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Lokapala. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Category:Lokapalas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pages in category "Lokapalas".
- Oct 16, 2007 LOKAPALAS. [Source: Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology] Supporters or guardians of the world.
- Pair of Lokapalas (Heavenly Guardians)
- Pair of Lokapalas (Heavenly Guardians). early 8th Century Sculpture, Earthenware with three color (sancai) lead glazes.
- Lokapalas and caturmaharajikas in Chilas und Thalpan
- Nov 28, 2000 Lokapalas and caturmaharajikas in rock carvings at Chilas and Thalpan on the Upper Indus (Pakistan).
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