84000 Glossary of Terms

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སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ། | Glossary of Terms

  • སྐྱེ་གུའི་བདག་པོ།

  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་དབང་ཕྱུག
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • skye gu’i bdag po
  • skye dgu’i dbang phyug
  • prajāpati
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Publications: 11
Translation by Fumi Yao
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

A god.

Translation by Gyurme Dorje
  • Prajā­pati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajā­pati
Definition in this text:

Name of a god (deva).

Translation by Catherine Dalton · Heidi Koppl · James Gentry · Cortland Dahl · Hilary Herdman · Andreas Doctor
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

One of the sixteen gods guarding the seat of awakening.

Translation by Andreas Doctor · Zachary Beer · Thomas Doctor
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་གུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye gu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

A god.

Translation by Jens Braarvig
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

The “lord of creatures,” a Hindu god presiding over procreation and the protector of life.

Translation by Rebecca Hufen · Shanshan Jia · Jason Sanche
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

Name of a god.

Translation by Dr. Fumi Yao
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

A god.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

One of the five goddesses personifying the five “hooks of gnosis.”

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye dgu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

A legendary king before the time of the Buddha.

Translation by Roger Espel Llima · Alex Yiannopoulos · Lowell Cook · Ryan Conlon
  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་དགུའི་དབང་ཕྱུག
  • skye dgu’i dbang phyug
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

The Vedic deity associated with the creation of humanity and the human world.

  • Prajāpati
  • སྐྱེ་གུའི་བདག་པོ།
  • skye gu’i bdag po
  • prajāpati
Definition in this text:

The mythical preceptor of the gods.