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Yama. Lord of Death. 1) A personification of impermanence and the unfailing law of cause and effect and one's inevitable mortality. 2) ('chi bdag) The demon with this name is one of the four Maras; see under 'Mara.' [RY]

Lord of Death, Yama. one of the phyogs skyong bcu the ten guardians of the directions [RY]

Lord of Death. A personification of impermanence and the unfailing law of cause and effect [RY]

Yamaraja, Lord of Death [RY]

lord of death [RY]

(minion of) Yama/ Lord of the Dead [RB]

1) Yamaraja, lord of the dead; 2) male and female lords of the dead] [IW]

yama, lord of dead, god of lower regions (1 of 8 chos skyong, yum is dpal ldan lha mo), 1 of sde brgyad, 1 of srin po'i rgyal po, lords of death, class of beings that have been assimilated to the yama of the Indian pantheon; considered to be the bearers of death [JV]

Lord of Death, Yama [IW]

Lord Yama (the king of death, master of the underworld, personification of death, etc.) [Erick Tsiknopoulos]