Mahakala

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ka she tra pa la - guardian of the realm. Syn {zhing skyong} 4) yaksha in the retinue of Six-armed Mahakala [RY]

khro bo chen po - the Great Wrathful One, epithet of Mahakala [RY]

gur gyi mgon po - Mahakala in the form of Panyjaranatha. Syn {gur mgon}, {mgon po gur} a Dharma protector [RY]

dgon po ber can - 2-armed Mahakala [IW]

mgon dkar - White Mahakala, a Dharma protector connected with prosperity [RY]

mgon pa phyag bzhi pa - Four-armed Mahakala, a Dharma protector [RY]

mgon po - Mahakala (one of 8 chos skyong), protector, patron, principal, master, lord, tutelary god, SA jo bo, class which is a type of lha [JV]

mgon po sngon 'dog - ritual instruction setting forth the proper method of invoking Mahakala (Natha) as a protective deity [RY]

mgon po bstod chen - ritual for the propitiation of Mahakala (Natha) as a protective deity [RY]

mgon po nag po - Mahakala [RY]

mgon po phyag drug pa - Six-armed Mahakala [RY]

mgon po phyag drug pa'i cho ga - the ritual of the Six-armed Mahakala [RY]

mgon po phyag bzhi - four armed Mahakala [RY]

mgon po phyag bzhi pa - the four armed aspect of Mahakala protective deity [RY]

mgon po ber can - [a two-armed form of Mahakala] [RY]

mgon po ber nag can - dpal ldan nag po chen po - Mahakala, protective deity of the Karma Kagyu [RY]

mgon po ber nag can gyi sgrub skor - liturgical texts focusing upon the propitiation of Mahakala according to the traditions of the {kam tshang} [RY]

mgon po ma ning gi skor - a collection of rare texts focusing upon Mahakala in the {ma ning} form [RY]

mgon po rigs lnga - five classes of Mahakala; the five aspects of protectors [RY]

mgon po'i sgrub thabs - Mahakala sadhana [RY]

mgon phrin rgyas pa - elaborate invocation of Mahakala [RY]

mgon yab yum - Mahakala and consort [RY]

chos skyong mgon po - the lord of dharmapalas, Mahakala [IW]

chos skyong ma dgon lcam dral - the dharmapalas, Mahakala, Mahakali and their brothers and sisters [RY]

stobs chen dmar mo khyung gi mgo - Mahakala, great strength, garuda-headed [RY]

nag po che - Mahakala [RY]

nag po chen po - Mahakala [RY]

nag po chen po - Mahakala; great black one. Wrathful aspect of Avalokiteshvara Mahakalas are the chief dharmapalas, protectors of the Dharma. They are either black or dark blue in color and wrathful [RY]

nag po chen po'i tshogs - attendants of Mahakala [IW]

dpal rdo rje nag po chen po - Shri Vajra Mahakala [RY]

dpal ldan lha mo - mahakali Skt. shri devi. A female Mahakala [RY]

dpal ye shes kyi mgon po - Mahakala [RY]

phyag bzhi pa - Four-armed Avalokiteshvara / Mahakala etc.] [RY]

phyad drug pa - six arm Mahakala, a protector of the Shangpa Kagyü and Gelukpa lineages, constant, firm, persevering, always, continually, perpetually [RY]

ber can - dpal ldan nag po chen po - Mahakala [RY]

ber nag can - {mgon po ber nag can} Mahakala [RY]

ber nag can - Bernakchen, the central Mahakala of the Karma Kagyü [RY]

bya rog gdong can - {dpal mgon po} the protective deity, Mahakala in the bya rog gdong can form [RY]

ma dgon - Mahakala and Mahakali [RY]

ma dgon - 1) large monastery w little branches; 2) Mahakala and Mahakali) [IW]

ma dgon lcam dral - Mahakala, Mahakali and their brothers and sisters [RY]

ma dgon lcam dral gnyis - Mahakala and Mahakali [RY]

ma dgon gnyis - Mahakalas and Mahakalis [RY]

ma mgon - Mahakali and Mahakala [RY]

ma mgon lcam dral - Mahakala and Shridevi, in the context of the kar ma bka' brgyud refers to mgon po ber nag can and dpal ldan lha mo rang byung rgyal mo in union [tsd]

ma ning - {mgon po ma ning}, Mahakala in the {ma ning} form [RY]

zhing skyong kun dga' gzhon nu - Kagyupa protective deity, particularly associated with Benchen monastery and the Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoches, also known as the special protector of the pure realm of the Buddha Amithaba, Dewachen. Said to be an emanation of the four-armed Mahakala {ye shes kyi mgon po phyag bzhi pa} who, in turn, is an emanation of Chakrasamvara {'khor lo bde mchog}. His seat is said to be {dpal gyi tsa ri tra}, one of the three most important mountains in Tibet. Nowadays the greater part of this mountain is situated in present-day Arunchal Pradesh, a federal state of India [tsd]

las dgon - a raven-headed form of Mahakala [RY]