Amoghasiddhi

Buddhist - One of the 5 Dhyanibuddhas, the fifth. The bodhisattva aspect of Shakyamuni. Consort of Arya-Tara. He lives in the northern paradise and is depicted as accompanied by two dwarfs. In some accounts, referred to as Amoghasiddhi, Don-yo-dup-pa, Don-yo-dup-pa, Don-yod-grub-pa, Don-yod-grub-pa, Kharmaheruka, Kharmaheruka, Amoghasiddhi, Shakyamuni, Shakyamuni, Buddha, Sakyamuni, Shaka Muni, Shaka (Muni), Chinese Shih-chia(-mu-ni), Japanese Shaka(-nyorai), Korean Sokka or Shenrab Miwo.
Tibetan - An adaptation of the Indian Buddha as a tutelary god of Lamaism. In this form he is depicted with a prayer wheel. In some references, called Amoghasiddhi, Don-yo-dup-pa, Don-yo-dup-pa, Don-yod-grub-pa, Don-yod-grub-pa, Kharmaheruka, Kharmaheruka, Amoghasiddhi, Shakyamuni, Shakyamuni, Buddha, Sakyamuni, Shaka Muni, Shaka (Muni), Chinese Shih-chia(-mu-ni), Japanese Shaka(-nyorai), Korean Sokka or Shenrab Miwo.

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