Wei-t'o

Chinese - A god of the kitchen or a war-god. A guardian deity of temples and monasteries. A bodhisattva. It is said that this deity will become the last Buddha of this era, Lou-chi. He is depicted in full armour and holding a knotty staff or club. At times, known as Wei-t'o, Indra, Indra, Aptya, Bhatara Guru, Divaspati, Gadhi, Is(h)vara, Is(h)wara), Mahendra, Meghavahana, Prajapati, Purandara, Sa-yoni, Sakka, Samraj, Sarasraksha, Sayoni, Shachipati, Shakra, Svargapati, Trita, Vajrapani, Vajri, Vasava, Vishvakarma, Vritrahan, Vrtraghna, Buddhist Amoghasiddhi, SakraBurmese Hkun-sa-ya, Cambodian Prah En, Chinese Ti-shih, Yin-to-lo, Greek Zeus, Japanese Shaka, TaishakuPersian Verethragna, Tamil Venda, Pajanya, Trita Aptya, Lou-chi, Lou-chi, Ruchika, Buddhist Vajrapani, Ti-shih, Ti-shih, Vajrapani, Vajrapani, Acarya-Vajrapani, Acala-Vajrapani, Chinese Lou-chi, Tibetan P'yag-na-rdo-rje, Wang, Wang, Ling-kuan, Hindu Indra, Hindu Indra, Amoghasiddhi, Phra In, Preas Eyn, Shakra, Tung Wang Kung, Venda, Verethragna, Japanese Ida Ten, Japanese Ida Ten, Wang or Wang.

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