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མགྲིན་སྔོན། | Glossary of Terms
mgrin pa sngon po
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- mgrin sngon
- mgrin pa sngon po
- mgul sngon
- nI la kaN Tha
Literally “Blue Throat,” he is associated with the legend of the churning of the great ocean. In the Buddhist context he is Vajrapāṇi, and in the Hindu context, Śiva. In the AP the name may refer to one of the lokeśvara emanations of Avalokiteśvara.