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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.
Known in China as tianwang, Lokapalas were originally Buddhist deities, guardians of the four cardinal directions.
The Story of Nala and Damayanti 1
While this was being said, the world protectors, the Lokapalas. 37 with Agni, came Lokapalas are the supporters or guardians of the world.
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4 Lokapalas (Shitenno). • Kuber (Vaishravana). (North).

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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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