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A yakṣa king present in the assembly of the Buddha Śākyamuni.
This term is attested in the Sanskrit manuscript used as a source for this translation.
This term is attested in other Sanskrit manuscripts of the Kangyur or Tengyur.
This term is attested in Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionaries.
The attestation of this name is approximate. It is based on other names where Tibetan-Sanskrit relationship is attested in dictionaries or other manuscripts.
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