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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.


作:周佛師
作:鶴亀師

Skanda is the Cardinal of Virtues regarded as a devoted guardian who guards the Buddha's technology. He was the son of a virtuous divine king Siva who give people complete faith Hinduism according to the Ark Buddhism legends.
When Buddha entered Nirvana, he tapped Skanda for the palladium of the Pure Land from the lure of the diabolical Mara who guide in the corruption. After the Buddha's committal, the goblinish Nirrti bereaved of Buddha's cremains.
Skanda's faith to Buddha was proven, when he defeated the evils and taked back Buddha's cremains that be divided into 108 tiny pieces by Nirrti. Skanda is the next generation who succeed the current king Indra to his position as the guardian king in the Pure Land.
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帝釈天(前期天軍総大将)


作:周佛師、開眼導師:託提導師
講師:大尊律師、読師:邂鐸法師
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迦楼羅紋

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.
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有四迦楼羅王     迦楼羅號


作:婆楊佛師、開眼導師:託提導師
講師:大尊律師、読師:邂鐸法師
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迦楼羅紋

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.
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