- vidyādhara ( Sanskrit ). 'Knowledge-holders'. 1.
- Kirtimukha, Roaring Lion and Flying Vidyadharas in the Temple Art
- 97. Orissa Review * April - 2005. The Head of Glory or kirtimukha, Roaring.
- Chemin de la suprême félicité des vidyadharas,
- Chemin de la suprême félicité des vidyadharas,. Prière d'aspiration pour renaître à Zangdok Palri, le glorieux Mont cuivré de Shamara. Émaho.
- JIMUTAVAHANA, prince of the Vidyadharas or celestial choristers. JIMUTAKETU, his The Queen of the Vidyadharas, mother of Jimutavahana.
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- vidyadharas both male and female.
- Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman awards culinary scholarship
- Recognising his potential and passion for food, chef Tanya Foster introduced him to chef Vidyadhara Shetty, who has mentored him for the past three years. Chef Shetty encouraged Mr.
- Vidyadhara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vidyadhara(s) (Sanskrit: विद्याधर, vidyādhara, literally "wisdom-holders") are a group of supernatural beings in Hindu mythology.
- Eight vidyadharas - Rigpa Wiki
- Mar 16, 2011 Eight vidyadharas (Tib. རིག་འཛིན་བརྒྱད་, rigdzin gyé; Wyl.
- Siddhas, Caranas and Vidyadharas - HareKrsna.com
- The Siddhas are the inhabitants of Siddhaloka, wwhere all are born with fully developed mystic powers.
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