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The Tibetan Iconography of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and other Deities: A Unique Pantheon
The Tibetan Iconography of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and other Deities: A Unique Pantheon
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Beginning with a few aniconic symbols, like footprints, the Bo tree or stupas, in the pre-christian Indian art, Buddhism, over the centuries, came to evolve a bewildering array of deities - in ever-increasing number of pantheons. Interestingly, in Buddhism today, there are perhaps as many pantheons as there are countries, or internal regions or sects within them.

Chou Fo P'u-sa sheng Hsiang Tsan, in focus here, is one these many Buddhist pantheons and acknowledgedly the 'culmination of Lamaist art'. Authored by Rol. pahi.rdo.rje, alias Lalitavajra, (1717-1786): an imperial preceptor of Emperor Ch'ien-lung (1736-1795), it is a rare set of 360 wood-cuts/xylographs, representing varying forms and manifestations of the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, tantric and tutelary deities, arhats, sages, teachers, dharmapalas and protective divinities. It is also accompanied by 360 'eulogies' in Chinese.

Two internationally distinguished scholars here team up to present afresh the Chou Fo p'u-sa Sheng Hsiang Tsan, aptly called 'a unique pantheon'. Drawing together all the 360 wood-cut images in their vividly enlarged/enhanced versions - without compromising their aesthetic integrity, the book not only captures their subtle iconic devices, but spells out as well, in meticulous detail, all their iconic attributes, like body postures, faces, arms/hands, mudras, asanas, vahanas, companions, and whether clam or wrathful. The book also incorporates the names of each deity/deity-form in Sanskrit, Manchu, Mongolian, Tibetan, and Chinese.

Unveiling for the first time, the images of a veritably unique pantheon, in their enlarged format, and their accompanying Chinese eulogies, the book is bound to fascinate anyone concerned with Buddhist art and iconography.

About the Author:

Prof. Lokesh Chandra is a renowned scholar of Tibetan, Mongolian and Sino-Japanese Buddhism. He has to his credit over 360 works and text editions. Among them are classics like Tibetan-Sanskrit Dictionary; Materials for a History of Tibetan Literature; Buddhist Iconography of Tibet; and his ongoing Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography (about 20 volumes). He was nominated by the President of the Republic of India to the Parliament in 1974-80 and again in 1980-86. He has been Vice-President of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Chairman of the Indian Council of Historical Research. Presently he is Director, International Academy of Indian Culture.

Fredrick W. Bunce, a Ph.D. (Comparative Arts) from the Ohio University Athens, Ohio, USA, is a cultural historian of international repute. Now Professor Emeritus of Art, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, he has lectured at learned forums and published on a variety of art-related themes. And has held many galleries, art museums and universities; besides his participation in the artist's guild/faculty/other ventures of the kind.

A scholar with varied intellectual/research concerns - notwithstanding his specializations in iconography, particularly Oriental and Buddhist Arts, Professor Bunce has been legitimately honoured with certain notable awards/ commendations. Among his published books are: Encyclopaedia of Buddhist Deities (2 vols.); Encyclopaedia of Hindu Deities (3 vols.); Dictionary of Buddhist and Hindu Iconography; and Yantra of Deities and their Numerological Foundations, all published by D.K. Printworld.

CONTENTS

Prefacev
Abbreviationsxxiii
Introduction1
360 Icons of Chu Fo P'u-sa Sheng Hsiang Tsan
Teachers (Guru) : Prajna Teachers10-29
1.Nagarjuna10
2.Asanga12
3.Aryadeva14
4.Vasubandhu16
5.Dinnaga18
6.Dharmakirti20
7.Gunaprabha22
8.Sakyaprabha24
9.Candrakirti26
10.Santideva28
Teachers (Guru) : Guhya Teachers30-45
11.Saraha30
12.Luhipada32
13.Ghantapada34
14.Krsnacarin36
15.Lalita (vajra)38
16.Dombipada40
17.Tailikapada42
18.Nadapada44
Teachers (Guru) : Bodhimarga Lam.rim Teachers46-65
19.Arya-Atisa46
20.hBrom-ston-pa48
21.bCon-kha-pa chen-po50
22.Yuvarajasvamin52
23.Panditasiddhasvamin54
24.Siddhasamgha56
25.Svamimahapandita-Sumatidharmadhvaja58
26.Svami-Vagisvarasumatisagara60
27.Mahapandita-Sumatijnana62
28.Dalai Lama Kalpabhadrasamudra64
Buddhas: Mahaguhya Buddhas66-133
29.Jina Vajradhara66
30.Guhyasamaja-Manjuvajra68
31.Antarasadhana-Manjughosa70
32.Guhyasamaja-Aksobhyavajra72
33.Guhyasamaja-Lokesvara74
34.Jinasagara-Avalokitesvara76
35.Kalacakra78
36.Sri-Cakrasamvara80
37.Sita-Samvara82
38.Vajrasattva-Samvara84
39.Sahaja-Samvara86
40.Garuda-Samvara88
41.Sabala Vajragrauda90
42.Bhairava92
43.Krsnari94
44.Sanmukha96
45.Rakta-Yamari98
46.Ekavira-Bhairava100
47.Hevajra102
48.Hrdaya-Hevajra104
49.Vajramrta106
50.Mahamaya108
51.Buddhakapala110
52.Jnanadakini112
53.Nairatma114
54.Vajravarahi116
55.Dakini118
56.Vajrahumkara120
57.Vajracatuhpitha122
58.Yogambara124
59.Mahacakra-Vajrapani126
60.Kurukulla128
61.Guhyasadhana-Hayagriva130
62.Padmanartesvara-Haygriva132
Buddhas: Various Guhya Buddhas134-161
63.Caturbhuja-Amitayus134
64.Amitayus136
65.Vajradhatu138
66.Vairocana-Sakyasimha140
67.Dharmadhatu-Vagisvara142
68.Sarvavid-Vairocana144
69.Vajrasattva146
70.Abhisambodhi-Vairocana148
71.Bhutadamara-Vajrapani150
72.Nilambaradhara-Vajrapani152
73.Alpa-canda-Vajrapani (Chun)154
74.Ucarya-Vajrapani156
75.Trimukha-sadbhuja-Canda158
76.Lohakhadga-Hayagriva160
Buddhas: Five Buddhas162-171
77.Vairocana162
78.Aksobhya164
79.Ratnasambhava166
80.Amitabha168
81.Amoghasiddhi170
Buddhas: Thirty-five Buddhas (of Confession)172-241
82.Sakyamuni172
83.Vajragarbhapramardin174
84.Ratnarcis176
85.Nagesvararaja178
86.Virasena180
87.Viranandin182
88.Ratnagni184
89.Ratnacandraprabha186
90.Amoghadarsin188
91.Ratnacandra190
92.Vimala192
93.Suradatta194
94.Brahman196
95.Brahmadatta198
96.Varuna200
97.Varunadeva202
98.Bhadrasri204
99.Candanasri206
100.Anantaujas208
101.Prabhasasri210
102.Asokasri212
103.Narayana214
104.Kusumasri216
105.Brahmajyotirvikriditabhijna218
106.Padmajyotirvikriditabhijna220
107.Dhanasri222
108.Smrtisri224
109.Suparikirtitanamasri226
110.Indraketudhvajaraja228
111.Suvikrantasri230
112.Yuddhajaya232
113.Vikrantagamisri234
114.Samantavabhasavyuhasri236
115.Ratnapadmavikramin238
116.Sailendraraja (Buddha)240
Buddhas: Ten Buddhas (of the Directions)242-261
117.Anucarin (?) (Buddha)242
118.Abhyudgataraja (Buddha)244
119.Hkhon.dan (?).rgyags.pa.rnam.gnon246
120.Ratnangavyuhadyuti (Buddha)248
121.Sans.rgyas Bdud.dan.yid.gnis.kun.hjoms250
122.Avaivartikacakrasambhavasri252
123.Ratnacchattrodgata254
124.Sans.rgyas Byan.sems.hdul.ba256
125.Nirbhayavigatatamoraja (?)258
126.Prathamacittotpadasamsayacchedika (?)260
Buddhas: Six Buddhas (of the Past)262-273
127.Vipasyin (Buddha)262
128.Sikhin264
129.Visvabhu266
130.Krakucchanda268
131.Kanakamuni270
132.Kasyapa272
Buddhas: Seven Buddhas of Medicine274-287
133.Suparikirtitanamasriraja274
134.Ratnacandrapadma-pratimanditapandita (?) tejahsvaraghosaraja276
135.Suvarnabhadravimalaratnaprabhasavrata278
136.Asokottamasri280
137.Dharmakirtisagaraghosa282
138.Dharmakirtisagaragra (?) mativikriditabhijnaraja284
139.Bhaisajyaguru-Vaiduryaprabharaja286
Buddhas: Various Buddhas288-297
140.Simhanada288
141.Vajraksobhya290
142.Rasmisamudgatasrikutaraja292
143.Samantadarsin294
144.Ratnasikhin296
Bodhisattvas: Manifestations of Manjusri Bodhisattva298-323
145.Sita-Manjughosa298
146.Kumarabhuta-Manjusri300
147.Sthiracakra-Manjughosa302
148.Guhyasadhana-Manjughosa304
149.Simhanada-Manjughosa306
150.Vadirad-Manjughosa308
151.Astabhuja-Dharmadhatuvagisvara-Manjughosa310
152.Bhadrasvaresvara(?)raja-Manjughosa312
153.Rajalila-Manjughosa314
154.Trailokyavasyadhikara-Manjughosa316
155.Caturbhuja-Namasamgiti-Manjughosa318
156.Prajnacakra-Manjughosa320
157.Tiksna-Manjusri322
Bodhisattvas: Manifestations of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva324-363
158.Caturbhuja-Avalokitesvara324
159.Padmavikasana-Avalokitesvara326
160.Khasarpana-Avalokitesvara328
161.Simhanada-Avalokitesvara330
162.Halahala-Lokesvara332
163.Vajradharma-Avalokitesvara334
164.Dvibhuja-Padmanartesvara-Avalokitesvara336
165.Astadasabhuja-Padmanartesvara338
166.Hariharivahana-Avolokitesvara340
167.Trailokyavasamkara-Avalokitesvara342
168.Caturbhuja-rakta-Lokesvara344
169.Nilakantha Lokesvara346
170.Mayajalakrama-Avalokitesvara348
171.Amoghapasa350
172.Mahabhumika(?)-rakta-Avalokitesvara352
173.Ekadasamukha354
174.Gaganaraja356
175.Cittavisramana-Avalokitesvara358
176.Cintamani-Avalokitesvara360
177.Vajragarbhapramardin-Avalokitesvara362
Bodhisattvas: (Sixteen) Bodhisattvas of Vairocana Buddha364-395
178.Vajramusti364
179.Vajrayaksa366
180.Vajraraksa368
181.Vajrakarma370
182.Vajrabhasa372
183.Vajrahetu374
184.Vajratiksna376
185.Vajradharma378
186.Vajrahasa380
187.Vajraketu382
188.Vajratejas384
189.Vajraratna386
190.Vajrasadhu388
191.Vajraraga390
192.Vajraraja392
193.Vajrasattva (Bodhisattva)394
Bodhisattvas: Various Bodhisattvas396-409
194.Caturbhuja-Maitreya396
195.Dvibhuja-Maitreya398
196.Akasagarbha400
197.Ksitigarbha402
198.Samantabhadra404
199.Sarvanivaranaviskambhin406
200.Hastivahana-Samantabhadra408
Goddesses (Matrka): Pancaraksa410-419
201.Mahasahasrapramardani410
202.Mahamayuri412
203.Sitavati414
204.Mantranudharani416
205.Pratisara418
Goddesses (Matrka): Twenty-two Taras420-463
206.Khadiravani-Tara420
207.Pravira(?)-Tara422
208.Candrakanti(?)-Tara424
209.Kanakavarna-Tara426
210.Usnisa-Tara428
211.Humsvaranadini-Tara430
212.Vijaya-Tara432
213.Aparajita-Tara434
214.Marasudana-Tara436
215.Sokavinodana-Tara438
216.Jagadvasi(?)-Tara440
217.Mangalotpadana-Tara442
218.Pacaka-Tara444
219.Kruddha-Kali-Tara446
220.Mahasanti-Tara448
221.Raganisudana-Tara450
222.Sukhada-Tara452
223.Sita-Vijaya-Tara454
224.Duhkhadahana-Tara456
225.Siddhida-Tara458
226.Paripurna-Tara or Parinispanna-Tara460
227.Janguli-Tara462
Goddesses (Matrka): Various Goddess464-551
228.(Vajra) panjarabhasita-Vajratara464
229.Cinakrama-Tara466
230.Cintamanicakra-sita-Tara468
231.Caturbhuja-Cintamanirajni470
232.Sadbhuja-sita-Tara472
233.Dhanada-Tara474
234.Durgottarini-Tara476
235.Sarvarthasadhana-Tara478
236.Arya-Janguli480
237.Caturvimsatibhuj-Ekajata (devi)482
238.Visvamatr484
239.Ekajata (devi)486
240.Caturbhuja-Cunda(devi)488
241.Bahubhuja-Cunda(devi)490
242.Dasabhuja-Marici492
243.Astabhuja-Marici494
244.Dvibhuja-Marici496
245.Marici (with jade girdle)498
246.Vajradhatvisvari-Marici500
247.Usnisavijaya502
248.Arya-Sitatapatra504
249.Sadbhuja-Parnasabari506
250.Dvibhuja-Parnasabari508
251.Dvibhuja-Prajnaparamita510
252.Caturbhuja-Prajnaparamita512
253.Sadbhuja-Vajrasarasvati514
254.Dvibhuja-Vajrasarasvati516
255.Vina-Sarasvati518
256.Bhrkuti (devi)520
257.Vajracarcika522
258.Dvibhuja-Pratisara524
259.Mahapratyangira526
260.Dhvajagrakeyura528
261.Aparajita530
262.Vajragandhari532
263.Dharmavajri534
264.Karmavajri536
265.Sattvavajri538
266.Ratnavajri540
267.Sramana542
268.Dhanada544
269.Grahamatrka546
270.Prajnalokakrtya-sita-Vajra-varahi548
271.Sarvarthasadhana-Varahi550
Arhats (Lohan): Eighteen Arhats552-587
272.Angaja552
273.Ajita554
274.Vanavasin556
275.Kalika558
276.Vajriputra560
277.Bhadra562
278.Kanakavatsa564
279.Kanakabharadvaja566
280.Bakula568
281.Rahula570
282.Cudapanthaka572
283.Pindolabharadvaja574
284.Panthaka576
285.Nagasena578
286.Gopaka580
287.Abheda582
288.Upasaka-Dharmatala584
289.Upasaka-Hva-san586
Arhats (Lohan): Various Arhats588-601
290.Mahakasyapa588
291.Ananda590
292.Sanakavasin592
293.Upagupta594
294.Dhitika596
295.Kala598
296.Sudarsana600
Protective Deities: Mahakala (21 Manifestations)602-643
297.Sadbhuja-Mahakala602
298.hBron-zhal-can604
299.Simhavahana-Taksad606
300.Mahakala-Taksad608
301.Vyaghravahana-Mahakala610
302.Bhagavad-Mahakala612
303.Danda(dhara)-Mahakala614
304.Kakasya-Karmanatha616
305.Panjara-Mahakala618
306.Caturbhuja-Mahakala620
307.Brahmanarupa (Mahakala)622
308.Krsna-Taksad624
309.Sankhapali (devi)626
310.Dhumavati (devi)628
311.Dvibhuja-Srimati-Devi630
312.Dharmaraja632
313.Takkiraja634
314.Jinamitra636
315.Ksetrapala638
316.Ayuspati-Mahakala640
317.Sita-Cintamani-Mahakala642
Protective Deities: Vaisravana644-653
318.Sita-Ayurvardhana-Vaisravana644
319.Raudra-Krsna-Vaisravana646
320.Maharaja-Vaisravana648
321.Raktasula-Vaisravana650
322.Mahapita-Vaisravana652
Protective Deities: Various Dharmapalas654-729
323.Drdha-Prthivi (devi)654
324.Nartakavara-Vaisravana656
325.Virudhaka658
326.Virupaksa660
327.Dhrtarastra662
328.Satakratu664
329.Brahman (Brahma)666
330.Candika (devi)668
331.Vasanta-devi670
332.Varsa-devi672
333.Sarad-devi674
334.Hemanta-devi676
335.Mangaladirghayusi678
336.Beg-ce680
337.Citipati682
338.Nila Acala684
339.Pita Jambhala686
340.Sita-Acala688
341.Sadbhuja-Jambhala690
342.Krodha-Mahabala692
343.Trailokyaraja694
344.Krsna-Jambhala696
345.Vighnantaka698
346.Amrtakundalin700
347.Vajrasrnkhala702
348.Astakapi Acala704
349.Jvalanala706
350.Caturbhuja-Acala708
351.Krodha Bhurkumkuti710
352.Vajravidarani712
353.Zhan-blon-dro-rje-bdud-hdul714
354.Yaksa-Purnabhadra716
355.Sita-Nagavahana-Jambhala718
356.Krodha Bhurkumkuta720
357.Simhavaktra722
358.Bhagavad-Bhayanasana724
359.Vajrahumkara726
360.Maharakta-Ganapati728
References731
Bibliography753
Index757


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From the Jacket :

Beginning with a few aniconic symbols, like footprints, the Bo tree or stupas, in the pre-christian Indian art, Buddhism, over the centuries, came to evolve a bewildering array of deities - in ever-increasing number of pantheons. Interestingly, in Buddhism today, there are perhaps as many pantheons as there are countries, or internal regions or sects within them.

Chou Fo P'u-sa sheng Hsiang Tsan, in focus here, is one these many Buddhist pantheons and acknowledgedly the 'culmination of Lamaist art'. Authored by Rol. pahi.rdo.rje, alias Lalitavajra, (1717-1786): an imperial preceptor of Emperor Ch'ien-lung (1736-1795), it is a rare set of 360 wood-cuts/xylographs, representing varying forms and manifestations of the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, tantric and tutelary deities, arhats, sages, teachers, dharmapalas and protective divinities. It is also accompanied by 360 'eulogies' in Chinese.

Two internationally distinguished scholars here team up to present afresh the Chou Fo p'u-sa Sheng Hsiang Tsan, aptly called 'a unique pantheon'. Drawing together all the 360 wood-cut images in their vividly enlarged/enhanced versions - without compromising their aesthetic integrity, the book not only captures their subtle iconic devices, but spells out as well, in meticulous detail, all their iconic attributes, like body postures, faces, arms/hands, mudras, asanas, vahanas, companions, and whether clam or wrathful. The book also incorporates the names of each deity/deity-form in Sanskrit, Manchu, Mongolian, Tibetan, and Chinese.

Unveiling for the first time, the images of a veritably unique pantheon, in their enlarged format, and their accompanying Chinese eulogies, the book is bound to fascinate anyone concerned with Buddhist art and iconography.

About the Author:

Prof. Lokesh Chandra is a renowned scholar of Tibetan, Mongolian and Sino-Japanese Buddhism. He has to his credit over 360 works and text editions. Among them are classics like Tibetan-Sanskrit Dictionary; Materials for a History of Tibetan Literature; Buddhist Iconography of Tibet; and his ongoing Dictionary of Buddhist Iconography (about 20 volumes). He was nominated by the President of the Republic of India to the Parliament in 1974-80 and again in 1980-86. He has been Vice-President of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Chairman of the Indian Council of Historical Research. Presently he is Director, International Academy of Indian Culture.

Fredrick W. Bunce, a Ph.D. (Comparative Arts) from the Ohio University Athens, Ohio, USA, is a cultural historian of international repute. Now Professor Emeritus of Art, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, he has lectured at learned forums and published on a variety of art-related themes. And has held many galleries, art museums and universities; besides his participation in the artist's guild/faculty/other ventures of the kind.

A scholar with varied intellectual/research concerns - notwithstanding his specializations in iconography, particularly Oriental and Buddhist Arts, Professor Bunce has been legitimately honoured with certain notable awards/ commendations. Among his published books are: Encyclopaedia of Buddhist Deities (2 vols.); Encyclopaedia of Hindu Deities (3 vols.); Dictionary of Buddhist and Hindu Iconography; and Yantra of Deities and their Numerological Foundations, all published by D.K. Printworld.

CONTENTS

Prefacev
Abbreviationsxxiii
Introduction1
360 Icons of Chu Fo P'u-sa Sheng Hsiang Tsan
Teachers (Guru) : Prajna Teachers10-29
1.Nagarjuna10
2.Asanga12
3.Aryadeva14
4.Vasubandhu16
5.Dinnaga18
6.Dharmakirti20
7.Gunaprabha22
8.Sakyaprabha24
9.Candrakirti26
10.Santideva28
Teachers (Guru) : Guhya Teachers30-45
11.Saraha30
12.Luhipada32
13.Ghantapada34
14.Krsnacarin36
15.Lalita (vajra)38
16.Dombipada40
17.Tailikapada42
18.Nadapada44
Teachers (Guru) : Bodhimarga Lam.rim Teachers46-65
19.Arya-Atisa46
20.hBrom-ston-pa48
21.bCon-kha-pa chen-po50
22.Yuvarajasvamin52
23.Panditasiddhasvamin54
24.Siddhasamgha56
25.Svamimahapandita-Sumatidharmadhvaja58
26.Svami-Vagisvarasumatisagara60
27.Mahapandita-Sumatijnana62
28.Dalai Lama Kalpabhadrasamudra64
Buddhas: Mahaguhya Buddhas66-133
29.Jina Vajradhara66
30.Guhyasamaja-Manjuvajra68
31.Antarasadhana-Manjughosa70
32.Guhyasamaja-Aksobhyavajra72
33.Guhyasamaja-Lokesvara74
34.Jinasagara-Avalokitesvara76
35.Kalacakra78
36.Sri-Cakrasamvara80
37.Sita-Samvara82
38.Vajrasattva-Samvara84
39.Sahaja-Samvara86
40.Garuda-Samvara88
41.Sabala Vajragrauda90
42.Bhairava92
43.Krsnari94
44.Sanmukha96
45.Rakta-Yamari98
46.Ekavira-Bhairava100
47.Hevajra102
48.Hrdaya-Hevajra104
49.Vajramrta106
50.Mahamaya108
51.Buddhakapala110
52.Jnanadakini112
53.Nairatma114
54.Vajravarahi116
55.Dakini118
56.Vajrahumkara120
57.Vajracatuhpitha122
58.Yogambara124
59.Mahacakra-Vajrapani126
60.Kurukulla128
61.Guhyasadhana-Hayagriva130
62.Padmanartesvara-Haygriva132
Buddhas: Various Guhya Buddhas134-161
63.Caturbhuja-Amitayus134
64.Amitayus136
65.Vajradhatu138
66.Vairocana-Sakyasimha140
67.Dharmadhatu-Vagisvara142
68.Sarvavid-Vairocana144
69.Vajrasattva146
70.Abhisambodhi-Vairocana148
71.Bhutadamara-Vajrapani150
72.Nilambaradhara-Vajrapani152
73.Alpa-canda-Vajrapani (Chun)154
74.Ucarya-Vajrapani156
75.Trimukha-sadbhuja-Canda158
76.Lohakhadga-Hayagriva160
Buddhas: Five Buddhas162-171
77.Vairocana162
78.Aksobhya164
79.Ratnasambhava166
80.Amitabha168
81.Amoghasiddhi170
Buddhas: Thirty-five Buddhas (of Confession)172-241
82.Sakyamuni172
83.Vajragarbhapramardin174
84.Ratnarcis176
85.Nagesvararaja178
86.Virasena180
87.Viranandin182
88.Ratnagni184
89.Ratnacandraprabha186
90.Amoghadarsin188
91.Ratnacandra190
92.Vimala192
93.Suradatta194
94.Brahman196
95.Brahmadatta198
96.Varuna200
97.Varunadeva202
98.Bhadrasri204
99.Candanasri206
100.Anantaujas208
101.Prabhasasri210
102.Asokasri212
103.Narayana214
104.Kusumasri216
105.Brahmajyotirvikriditabhijna218
106.Padmajyotirvikriditabhijna220
107.Dhanasri222
108.Smrtisri224
109.Suparikirtitanamasri226
110.Indraketudhvajaraja228
111.Suvikrantasri230
112.Yuddhajaya232
113.Vikrantagamisri234
114.Samantavabhasavyuhasri236
115.Ratnapadmavikramin238
116.Sailendraraja (Buddha)240
Buddhas: Ten Buddhas (of the Directions)242-261
117.Anucarin (?) (Buddha)242
118.Abhyudgataraja (Buddha)244
119.Hkhon.dan (?).rgyags.pa.rnam.gnon246
120.Ratnangavyuhadyuti (Buddha)248
121.Sans.rgyas Bdud.dan.yid.gnis.kun.hjoms250
122.Avaivartikacakrasambhavasri252
123.Ratnacchattrodgata254
124.Sans.rgyas Byan.sems.hdul.ba256
125.Nirbhayavigatatamoraja (?)258
126.Prathamacittotpadasamsayacchedika (?)260
Buddhas: Six Buddhas (of the Past)262-273
127.Vipasyin (Buddha)262
128.Sikhin264
129.Visvabhu266
130.Krakucchanda268
131.Kanakamuni270
132.Kasyapa272
Buddhas: Seven Buddhas of Medicine274-287
133.Suparikirtitanamasriraja274
134.Ratnacandrapadma-pratimanditapandita (?) tejahsvaraghosaraja276
135.Suvarnabhadravimalaratnaprabhasavrata278
136.Asokottamasri280
137.Dharmakirtisagaraghosa282
138.Dharmakirtisagaragra (?) mativikriditabhijnaraja284
139.Bhaisajyaguru-Vaiduryaprabharaja286
Buddhas: Various Buddhas288-297
140.Simhanada288
141.Vajraksobhya290
142.Rasmisamudgatasrikutaraja292
143.Samantadarsin294
144.Ratnasikhin296
Bodhisattvas: Manifestations of Manjusri Bodhisattva298-323
145.Sita-Manjughosa298
146.Kumarabhuta-Manjusri300
147.Sthiracakra-Manjughosa302
148.Guhyasadhana-Manjughosa304
149.Simhanada-Manjughosa306
150.Vadirad-Manjughosa308
151.Astabhuja-Dharmadhatuvagisvara-Manjughosa310
152.Bhadrasvaresvara(?)raja-Manjughosa312
153.Rajalila-Manjughosa314
154.Trailokyavasyadhikara-Manjughosa316
155.Caturbhuja-Namasamgiti-Manjughosa318
156.Prajnacakra-Manjughosa320
157.Tiksna-Manjusri322
Bodhisattvas: Manifestations of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva324-363
158.Caturbhuja-Avalokitesvara324
159.Padmavikasana-Avalokitesvara326
160.Khasarpana-Avalokitesvara328
161.Simhanada-Avalokitesvara330
162.Halahala-Lokesvara332
163.Vajradharma-Avalokitesvara334
164.Dvibhuja-Padmanartesvara-Avalokitesvara336
165.Astadasabhuja-Padmanartesvara338
166.Hariharivahana-Avolokitesvara340
167.Trailokyavasamkara-Avalokitesvara342
168.Caturbhuja-rakta-Lokesvara344
169.Nilakantha Lokesvara346
170.Mayajalakrama-Avalokitesvara348
171.Amoghapasa350
172.Mahabhumika(?)-rakta-Avalokitesvara352
173.Ekadasamukha354
174.Gaganaraja356
175.Cittavisramana-Avalokitesvara358
176.Cintamani-Avalokitesvara360
177.Vajragarbhapramardin-Avalokitesvara362
Bodhisattvas: (Sixteen) Bodhisattvas of Vairocana Buddha364-395
178.Vajramusti364
179.Vajrayaksa366
180.Vajraraksa368
181.Vajrakarma370
182.Vajrabhasa372
183.Vajrahetu374
184.Vajratiksna376
185.Vajradharma378
186.Vajrahasa380
187.Vajraketu382
188.Vajratejas384
189.Vajraratna386
190.Vajrasadhu388
191.Vajraraga390
192.Vajraraja392
193.Vajrasattva (Bodhisattva)394
Bodhisattvas: Various Bodhisattvas396-409
194.Caturbhuja-Maitreya396
195.Dvibhuja-Maitreya398
196.Akasagarbha400
197.Ksitigarbha402
198.Samantabhadra404
199.Sarvanivaranaviskambhin406
200.Hastivahana-Samantabhadra408
Goddesses (Matrka): Pancaraksa410-419
201.Mahasahasrapramardani410
202.Mahamayuri412
203.Sitavati414
204.Mantranudharani416
205.Pratisara418
Goddesses (Matrka): Twenty-two Taras420-463
206.Khadiravani-Tara420
207.Pravira(?)-Tara422
208.Candrakanti(?)-Tara424
209.Kanakavarna-Tara426
210.Usnisa-Tara428
211.Humsvaranadini-Tara430
212.Vijaya-Tara432
213.Aparajita-Tara434
214.Marasudana-Tara436
215.Sokavinodana-Tara438
216.Jagadvasi(?)-Tara440
217.Mangalotpadana-Tara442
218.Pacaka-Tara444
219.Kruddha-Kali-Tara446
220.Mahasanti-Tara448
221.Raganisudana-Tara450
222.Sukhada-Tara452
223.Sita-Vijaya-Tara454
224.Duhkhadahana-Tara456
225.Siddhida-Tara458
226.Paripurna-Tara or Parinispanna-Tara460
227.Janguli-Tara462
Goddesses (Matrka): Various Goddess464-551
228.(Vajra) panjarabhasita-Vajratara464
229.Cinakrama-Tara466
230.Cintamanicakra-sita-Tara468
231.Caturbhuja-Cintamanirajni470
232.Sadbhuja-sita-Tara472
233.Dhanada-Tara474
234.Durgottarini-Tara476
235.Sarvarthasadhana-Tara478
236.Arya-Janguli480
237.Caturvimsatibhuj-Ekajata (devi)482
238.Visvamatr484
239.Ekajata (devi)486
240.Caturbhuja-Cunda(devi)488
241.Bahubhuja-Cunda(devi)490
242.Dasabhuja-Marici492
243.Astabhuja-Marici494
244.Dvibhuja-Marici496
245.Marici (with jade girdle)498
246.Vajradhatvisvari-Marici500
247.Usnisavijaya502
248.Arya-Sitatapatra504
249.Sadbhuja-Parnasabari506
250.Dvibhuja-Parnasabari508
251.Dvibhuja-Prajnaparamita510
252.Caturbhuja-Prajnaparamita512
253.Sadbhuja-Vajrasarasvati514
254.Dvibhuja-Vajrasarasvati516
255.Vina-Sarasvati518
256.Bhrkuti (devi)520
257.Vajracarcika522
258.Dvibhuja-Pratisara524
259.Mahapratyangira526
260.Dhvajagrakeyura528
261.Aparajita530
262.Vajragandhari532
263.Dharmavajri534
264.Karmavajri536
265.Sattvavajri538
266.Ratnavajri540
267.Sramana542
268.Dhanada544
269.Grahamatrka546
270.Prajnalokakrtya-sita-Vajra-varahi548
271.Sarvarthasadhana-Varahi550
Arhats (Lohan): Eighteen Arhats552-587
272.Angaja552
273.Ajita554
274.Vanavasin556
275.Kalika558
276.Vajriputra560
277.Bhadra562
278.Kanakavatsa564
279.Kanakabharadvaja566
280.Bakula568
281.Rahula570
282.Cudapanthaka572
283.Pindolabharadvaja574
284.Panthaka576
285.Nagasena578
286.Gopaka580
287.Abheda582
288.Upasaka-Dharmatala584
289.Upasaka-Hva-san586
Arhats (Lohan): Various Arhats588-601
290.Mahakasyapa588
291.Ananda590
292.Sanakavasin592
293.Upagupta594
294.Dhitika596
295.Kala598
296.Sudarsana600
Protective Deities: Mahakala (21 Manifestations)602-643
297.Sadbhuja-Mahakala602
298.hBron-zhal-can604
299.Simhavahana-Taksad606
300.Mahakala-Taksad608
301.Vyaghravahana-Mahakala610
302.Bhagavad-Mahakala612
303.Danda(dhara)-Mahakala614
304.Kakasya-Karmanatha616
305.Panjara-Mahakala618
306.Caturbhuja-Mahakala620
307.Brahmanarupa (Mahakala)622
308.Krsna-Taksad624
309.Sankhapali (devi)626
310.Dhumavati (devi)628
311.Dvibhuja-Srimati-Devi630
312.Dharmaraja632
313.Takkiraja634
314.Jinamitra636
315.Ksetrapala638
316.Ayuspati-Mahakala640
317.Sita-Cintamani-Mahakala642
Protective Deities: Vaisravana644-653
318.Sita-Ayurvardhana-Vaisravana644
319.Raudra-Krsna-Vaisravana646
320.Maharaja-Vaisravana648
321.Raktasula-Vaisravana650
322.Mahapita-Vaisravana652
Protective Deities: Various Dharmapalas654-729
323.Drdha-Prthivi (devi)654
324.Nartakavara-Vaisravana656
325.Virudhaka658
326.Virupaksa660
327.Dhrtarastra662
328.Satakratu664
329.Brahman (Brahma)666
330.Candika (devi)668
331.Vasanta-devi670
332.Varsa-devi672
333.Sarad-devi674
334.Hemanta-devi676
335.Mangaladirghayusi678
336.Beg-ce680
337.Citipati682
338.Nila Acala684
339.Pita Jambhala686
340.Sita-Acala688
341.Sadbhuja-Jambhala690
342.Krodha-Mahabala692
343.Trailokyaraja694
344.Krsna-Jambhala696
345.Vighnantaka698
346.Amrtakundalin700
347.Vajrasrnkhala702
348.Astakapi Acala704
349.Jvalanala706
350.Caturbhuja-Acala708
351.Krodha Bhurkumkuti710
352.Vajravidarani712
353.Zhan-blon-dro-rje-bdud-hdul714
354.Yaksa-Purnabhadra716
355.Sita-Nagavahana-Jambhala718
356.Krodha Bhurkumkuta720
357.Simhavaktra722
358.Bhagavad-Bhayanasana724
359.Vajrahumkara726
360.Maharakta-Ganapati728
References731
Bibliography753
Index757


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