84000 Glossary of Terms

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མིག་མི་བཟང་། | Glossary of Terms

  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།

  • སྤྱན་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • spyan mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
  • virupākṣa
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  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Mahārājas, he is the guardian of the western direction and traditionally the lord of the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the four great kings, the protectors of the world; guardian of the west.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he presides over the western quarter and rules over the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he is the guardian of the western direction and traditionally the lord of the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the four mahārājas. He is the guardian of the western direction and the lord of the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
  • virupākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the four mahārājas. He is the guardian of the western direction and traditionally the lord of the nāgas, though in this sūtra that appears to be Dhṛtarāṣṭra.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, or guardians of the world, he presides over the western quarter and rules over the nāgas that live there.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings (rgyal po chen po bzhi) ruling the four directions of the desire realm. Virūpākṣa rules the western direction and the nāgās (klu) that reside there. In The Question of Mañjuśrī his image is the fifty-second of the eighty designs on the palms and soles of the Tathāgata.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the four great kings.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, the protector of the west.

  • Virupākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virupākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he presides over the western quarter and rules over the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One among the Four Great Kings, guardian of the west.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the four great kings, protector of the cardinal direction to the west of Mount Meru.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

“Deformed Eyes,” nāga king and guardian of the western direction. Also common epithet of Śiva, where it indicates his odd number of eyes.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he is the guardian of the western direction and the lord of the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • སྤྱན་མི་བཟང་།
  • spyan mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

The king of the nāgas (one of the four great kings of the directions).

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa AS
  • 廣目
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Mahārājas, he is the guardian of the western direction and traditionally the lord of the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the “four great kings, guardians of the world,” he is held to dwell in the west, presiding over the nāga spirits that live there.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he presides over the western quarter and rules over the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings, he presides over the west and rules over the nāgas.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • སྤྱན་མི་བཟང་།
  • spyan mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa AD
Definition in this text:

One of the four great kings who guard the cardinal directions.

  • Virūpakṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa AD
Definition in this text:

The name of the great king who presides over the western direction.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the Four Great Kings.

  • Virūpākṣa
  • མིག་མི་བཟང་།
  • mig mi bzang
  • virūpākṣa
Definition in this text:

One of the great kings of the four carinal directions, Virūpākṣa guards the western quarter of the heavens.