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[[Guhyapati]] - (lord of the mystic teaching), Master of Secrets, [[Vajrapani]], [[Vajradhara]]. ([[JV]])
 
[[Guhyapati]] - (lord of the mystic teaching), Master of Secrets, [[Vajrapani]], [[Vajradhara]]. ([[JV]])
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Sovereign of Secrets, Lord of Secrets, Master of Secrets. Skt. ''Guhyapati''. Generally this refers to either Vajradhara or Vajrapāṇi. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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1) Vaishravana / rnam thos sras; 2) Vajrapani, possessor of the secret, Lord of Secrets. (IW)

Lord of Secrets, a name for Vajrapani, Guhyapati, the Master of Secrets, (i.e. Vajrapani); Possessor of the Secret; the Lord of Secrets [Vajrapani] The great bodhisattva Vajrapani who is regarded as the chief compiler of the Vajrayana teachings. (RY)

Guhyapati - (lord of the mystic teaching), Master of Secrets, Vajrapani, Vajradhara. (JV)

Sovereign of Secrets, Lord of Secrets, Master of Secrets. Skt. Guhyapati. Generally this refers to either Vajradhara or Vajrapāṇi. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]