Dharmapālas are a deities who protect the Buddist Law and defend all flesh. Though many deities have a terrifying appearance and countenance, they are guardians of the pantheon, and it means that they are embodiments of compassion by the role of a blind fury for the benefit of sentient beings and nirvana.
In Indian mythology, Gandharva is the theriomorphic instrumental deva that serve Indra. It is quoted that she is guardians of the soma; It is like a nectar, God's liquor that have efficacy as beauty and immortal. And she comes to a holy maiden defense.
In Buddhist mythology, the garuḍa are enormous predatory birds with intelligence and social organization. Another name for the garuḍa is suparṇa, meaning "well-winged, having good wings". Like the nāga, they combine the characteristics of animals and divine beings, and may be considered to be among the lowest devas.
In Buddhist mythology, Kiṃnara and Kiṃnarī are a celestial musicians, espacially they have beautiful voices. Kiṃnara has strong tenor or graceful bass. By contrast, Kiṃnarī has pure and sweetly feminine voice by soprano.
They are in the shape of half-human and half-bird like Seirēn of Greek mythology. That is, the head, torso and arms of a human and the avian wings, tail and feet.
They inhabit the Himavanta that is a legendary forest which surrounds the base of Mount Meru.