Amitayas

Buddhist - The Buddha of infinite light. A name of the Buddha as eternal Buddha'. In some accounts this deity is the same as Amitabha. Also called Amitayas, Amida, Amida, Buddha of Infinite Light, Impersonal Buddha, Amida Butsu, 'boundless light', Dai-Itoku, Dharmakari, Goemasson, Kanro-o, Kuwarishiki, Muryoju, Muryoku, Taho, Yamagoshi, Chinese A-mi-t'o-fo, O-mi-t'o-fo, etc ( A-mit'o-foHindu ShivaIndian Amitabha, Amitayus, Amitayus, Buddha, Buddha, Buddha, Dharmaketu, Narayana, Siddata, Aditya-Bandhu, Bhagavan, Bhagavat, Boodh(a), Budh, Gautama, Gonge(n), Gotama, Jina, Mahakapi, Mahaparinirvanamurti, Narayana, Navasvaraja, (Prince) Sidda(r)ta, Sammassambuddha, Shaka Muni, S(h)akya(muni), S(h)akyasinha, Sidd(h)artha, Siddhattha, Sugata, Tathagata, Vessantara, Vipassin, Chinese Fo, Japanese Butsu(da), Shotoku, Shotuku, Tibetan Sangyas, Tshangs-pa, Shakyamuni, Infinite Life, Infinite Life, Amitabha, Amitabha, Amita, Great Vehicle, Amita(yas), Bhrkuti-Tara, Dharmadatuvagisvara, Great Vehicle Mahabala, Mahasitavati, Vac(h), Vajradharma, Vajratara, Vak, Chinese Ami-t'o-fo, etc (see A-mi-t'ofo), Hindu Shiva, Japanese Amida, Tibetan O Pamé, Od-dpag-med, Pu Tai Ho-shang, 'infinite light', 'infinite light', Persian Zurvan, Persian Zurvan, Tibetan Tshe-dpag-med, Tibetan Tshe-dpag-med, Tshe-pa-me, Tshe-pa-me or Tshe-dpag-med.

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