Dharmapla

(from the article `Buddhism`) ...thought in China by the Faxiang school, which was founded by Xuanzang, the 7th-century Chinese pilgrim-translator, and his main disciple, Kuiji. ...
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Dharmapla

(from the article `India`) Vatsaraja, a Pratihara ruler who came to the throne about 778, controlled eastern Rajasthan and Malava. His ambition to take Kannauj brought him into ... ...Bihr and Bengal, India, from the 8th to the 12th century. Its founder, Gopla, was a local chieftain who rose to power in the mid-8th century ... [2 rel...
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Dharmapla

(from the article `Sri Lanka`) Bhuvanaika Bhu was succeeded by his grandson Prince Dharmapla, who was even more dependent on Portuguese support. An agreement between Bhuvanaika Bhu ...
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dharmapla

in Tibetan Buddhism, any one of a group of eight divinities who, though benevolent, are represented as hideous and ferocious in order to instill ... [1 related articles]
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