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List of Gods : "Tibet"
NameOriginDescription
Bhrkuti-Tara Buddhist/Tibet The Nepalese queen of Tibet's first great religious king, Songtsen Gambo and credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet and China. In the Lamaeist Tradition, Bhrkuti-Tara is incarnate in all good women. Buddhist/Tibet
Bi-har Buddhist/ Tibet A Guardian deity that protects against demons
Brag srin mo Tibet Goddess of fertility and an ancestral goddess Tibet
Candali Tibet "woman with explosive anger and barely controllable." The sacred fire containing isoteric, exoteric and mystic energy released during Heat Yoga. Tibet
DMu-bDub Kam-Po Sa-Zen Tibet/ Bon a sky god & the head of the ancient pantheon
Dakini Guru Tibetan A goddess of teaching
Dalai-Lama Tibet Chief of the two Tartar priests and a sort of incarnate deity. The other lama is called the "Tesho-lama." Tibet
Dorje Tibet Destroyer of ignorance. Tibet
Dorje Naljorma Tibet A goddess of happiness
Gon-Po Nag-Po Tibet A god of many names
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Gon-Po Peng Tibet Mountain god and the great guardian of Tantrism. Tibet
Gur-Gyi Mgon-Po Buddhist/ Tibet A god of tents
Khadoma Tibet Goddess of knowledge Tibet
Kun tu bzan po Tibet Head of god in the Bon pantheon Tibet
Kuntu bXan Po Tibet/ Bon This god was the head of the pantheon
Kurukalla Tibet Goddess of riches Tibet
Lhamo/ Lha Mo Buddhist/ Tibet A goddess of the Bon pantheon
Manidhara Buddhist Minor deity and Lokeshvara's attendant. Tibetan Buddhist
Nang Lha Tibet Personal family guardian type of house god Tibet
Nyan Tibet Spirits who live in forests and mountains. Tibet
Pukkasi Tibet One of the Eight dakinis, minor goddesses or female deities, her right hand holding intestines, her left feeding them into her mouth. Tibet
Puspa Tibet Goddess of flowers and the natural environment as well as the Bodhisattva of vision and sight. Tibet
Sadaksari[Lokesvara] Buddhist/ Lamaist/ Tibet A variety of Avalokitesvara that is incarnate in succession of the Dali Lamas
San Sgrub Bon Tibet A god that was absorbed into a variety of Yama in Lamaism
Shakya-thub-pa Tibet Sakya the mighty one: a name of Gautama Buddha in Tibet
Shen-Lha-Odkhar Bon/ Tibet he is the god of light
Shen-Rab Bon/ Tibet The supreme god
Sipe Gialmo Tibet Mother goddess, the queen of the world Tibet/Bon
Sri[devi] Buddhist/ Tibet A goddess of terrible appearance & Royal attire
Suparikiritanaasri Buddhist/ Tibet A physician god
Surarnadhadravimalaratnaprabhasa Buddhist/ Tibet A physician god
Tan ma Tibet Goddesses of health and medicine Tibet
Ten-brel Chug-nyi Tibetan The twelve interdependent contributories to the origination of all phenomena, equivalent to the Sanskrit nidanas. Tibetan
Thab-Iha Tibet Hearth god Tibet/Bon
Tsho gyalma Tibet Goddess of happiness Tibet
Tulku sprul sku Tibetan Phantom, disembodied spirit. Tibetan
Usnisavijaya Buddhist A goddess of longevity in Buddhism. She wears an image of the Budda Vairocana in her headdress. She is the most popular Budda goddess in Nepal, Tibet, and Mongolia.
Vajradhara Buddhist The ultimate Primordial Buddha, or Adi Buddha, according to the cosmology of Tibetan Buddhism.
Vasantadevi Buddhist/ Tibet A goddess of spring
Yamanduga Tibetan One of the Nadman-Dobshot, an emenation of Monsushari. He was changed into a horrible sight by Jakshiamuni so he could go against Tjotjitjalba. Yamanduga is depicted surrounded by flames, with a blue body, with ten heads, twenty horribly-beweaponed arms and twenty clawed feet dancing on a heap of tortured people. Tibetan
Yang Dag Rgyal Po Tibet The power-granting king and an epithet of the wish-fulfilling gem. Tibet
Yeti Nepal The Yeti is an alleged ape-like animal said to inhabit the Himalaya region of Nepal and Tibet. The names Yeti and Meh-Teh are commonly used by the people indigenous to the region, and are part of their history and mythology.