84000 Glossary of Terms

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སྐྱ་རེངས། | Glossary of Terms

    སྐྱ་རེངས།

    skya rengs

    Āruṇā

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Publications: 3
Translation by Catherine Dalton · Heidi Koppl · James Gentry · Cortland Dahl · Hilary Herdman · Andreas Doctor
  • Āruṇā
  • སྐྱ་རེངས།
  • skya rengs
  • Āruṇā
Translation by Jampa Tenzin · Ngawang Tenzin · Christian Bernert · Julia C. Stenzel
  • Aruṇa
  • སྐྱ་རེངས།
  • skya rengs
  • Aruṇa

Aruṇa is the deity of the dawn in Indian mythology, personified as the sun’s charioteer, and the name refers to the morning star Venus, according to de Visser (1931), p. 24, n. 1. In this context, Aruṇa functions as a messenger for Ākāśagarbha.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Aruṇa
  • སྐྱ་རེངས།
  • skya rengs
  • Aruṇa

One of the grahas.