- Mahāsthāmaprāpta 'He who has obtained Great Power', the name of an important mythical Bodhisattva . He is especially popular in east Asian Buddhism.
- Figure 46 Vajragarbha at Uku-C
- The Sixteen Bodhisattvas in the Dharmadhatu. Mandala. Figure 58 Mahasthamaprapta at Sva-C2.
- Purification Visualization.pub
- Strength (Mahasthamaprapta). This Bodhisattva's light is a brilliant red which fills the head and covers the skin.
- Mahasattvas, Avalokiteshvara and Mahasthamaprapta.
- and Mahasthamaprapta and by Puyue's Avalokitesvara echo the figures' faces.
- 670 Lect 19
- Vishambhin. Akasha-Garbha. Samantabhadra.
- Bactrian Greeks, the Bamiyan and Avukana Buddha statues
- On the other side is the bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta with his consort Prajna – all referred to as acolytes of Buddha Amitabha who resides in Sukhavati.
- Mahasthamaprapta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mahasthamaprapta. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- File:Mahasthamaprapta.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- File:Mahasthamaprapta.jpg. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Seishi Bosatsu (Mahasthamaprapta) - Boddhisattva of Strength
- Seishi Bosatsu, Bodhisattva of Wisdom, Strength, & Power; Japanese Buddhism Photo Dictionary.
- Mahasthamaprapta (bodhisattva) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Mahasthamaprapta (bodhisattva), in Mahayana Buddhism, a bodhisattva (“ buddha-to-be”) who is most popular among the Pure Land sects.
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