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vidyādhara ( Sanskrit ). 'Knowledge-holders'. 1.

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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.
The Vidyadhara gave the complete Oxford English Dictionary as a
JIMUTAVAHANA, prince of the Vidyadharas or celestial choristers. JIMUTAKETU, his The Queen of the Vidyadharas, mother of Jimutavahana.
tulku karma lingpa
vidyadharas both male and female.

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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.

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Vidyadhara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vidyadhara(s) (Sanskrit: विद्याधर, vidyādhara, literally "wisdom-holders") are a group of supernatural beings in Hindu mythology.
Kinnara Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eight vidyadharas - Rigpa Wiki
Mar 16, 2011 Eight vidyadharas (Tib. རིག་འཛིན་བརྒྱད་, rigdzin gyé; Wyl.
Eight Sadhana Teachings & Eight Vidyadharas / Eight Commands
Siddhas, Caranas and Vidyadharas -
The Siddhas are the inhabitants of Siddhaloka, wwhere all are born with fully developed mystic powers.

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