Akshobhya

Buddhist - One of 5 Dhyanibuddhas, the second. One of the 5 Dhyanibodhisattvas, in some accounts. Consort of Locana or Mamaki. Father of Vajrapani. He lives in Abhirati and is usually depicted with two elephants. Sometimes referred to as Akshobhya, Aksobhya, Aksobhya, Imperturbable, The, Imperturbable, The, Buddhakapala, Buddhakapala, Heruka, Candarosana, Candarosana, Candamaharosana, Hevajira, Hevajira, Hevajra, Tibetan Kye-rdor, Kye-ba-rdorje, ahacinatara, ahacinatara, Mahapratyangira, Mahapratyangira, Manjushri, Manjushri, Adi-Buddha, Mandjunatha, Mandjusri, Manjusri, Arpacana, Manjughos(h)a, Vac(h), Vak, Chinese Wen-shu, Japanese Monju, Tibetan Jam-dpal, Dharmacackra, Siddhaikavira, Simhanada, Tiksna, Yamantaka, Nairamata, Nairamata, Nairatma, Rakta-Yamari, Rakta-Yamari, Theimperturbable, Theimperturbable, Ucchusma, Ucchusma, Vajracarcika, Vajracarcika, Vajradaka, Vajradaka, Vajraheruka, Vajraheruka, Vajrasana, Vajrasana, Vasudhara, Vasudhara, Bhumidevi, Vighnamtaka, Vighnamtaka, Hindu Vishnu, Hindu Vishnu, Ashuku, Avalokiteshvara, Kuan Yin, Upulvan, Wisnu, Japanese Ashuku, Japanese Ashuku, Vishnu, Tibetan Samvara or Tibetan Samvara.

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