Candarosana

Buddhist - An unruly god. A form of Akshobhya. He is depicted with tusks set in a wide mouth, and with a squint. He wears a tiger skin and holds a white snake. Some accounts equate him with Acala. Sometimes known as Candarosana, Akshobhya, Akshobhya, Aksobhya, Imperturbable, The, Buddhakapala, Heruka, Hevajira, ahacinatara, Mahapratyangira, Manjushri, Nairamata, Rakta-Yamari, Theimperturbable, Ucchusma, Vajracarcika, Vajradaka, Vajraheruka, Vajrasana, Vasudhara, Vighnamtaka, Yamantaka, Hindu Vishnu, Japanese Ashuku, Tibetan Samvara, Candamaharosana or Candamaharosana.

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