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Bhaisajyaguru

Bhaisajyaguru, formally Bhaisajya-guru-vaidūrya-prabhā-rāja 如來, Japanese: 薬師瑠璃光如来, Korean: 약사유리광여래), is the Buddha of healing and medicine in Mahāyāna Buddhism. Commonly referred to as the "Medicine Buddha", he is described as a doctor who cures dukkha using the medicine of his teachings. Bhaisajyagurus original name and title was rāja King, but Xuanzang translated it as Tathāgata Buddha. Subsequent translations and commentaries followed Xuanzang in describing him as a Buddha. The image of Bhaisajyaguru is usually expressed with a canonical Buddha-like form holding a gallip ...

Bhaishajyaraja

Bhaisajyarāja, or Medicine King, is a bodhisattva mentioned within the Lotus Sutra and the Bhaisajyarāja-bhaisajyasamudgata-sūtra. In chapter 23 of the Lotus Sutra, the Buddha tells the story of the Medicine King Bodhisattva, who, in a previous life, burnt his body as a supreme offering to a Buddha. He is said to have been reborn over a period of numerous lifetimes healing and curing diseases, and is a representation of the healing power of the Buddha.

Candraprabha

Candraprabha is a bodhisattva often seen with Sūryaprabha, as the two siblings serve Bhaisajyaguru. Statues of Nikkō and Gakkō closely resemble each other and are commonly found together, sometimes flanking temple doors. They are also recognized in mainland Asia as devas.

Suryaprabha

Sūryaprabha is a bodhisattva whose specialty is sunlight and good health. Sūryaprabha is often seen with Candraprabha, as the two siblings serve Bhaisajyaguru. Statues of the two closely resemble each other and are commonly found together, sometimes flanking temple doors. They are also recognized in mainland Asia as devas.

Twelve Heavenly Generals

In some Buddhist denominations, the Twelve Heavenly Generals or Twelve Divine Generals are the protective deities, or yaksha, of Bhaisajyaguru, the buddha of healing. They are introduced in the Bhaisajyaguruvaidūryaprabharāja Sūtra. They are collectively named as follows: Japanese: Jūni Shinshō 十二神将 or Jūni Shinnō 十二神王 or Jūni Yakusha Taishō 十二薬叉大将 simplified Chinese: 十二神将 ; traditional Chinese: 十二神將 ; pinyin: Shier Shen Jiāng

                                     

ⓘ Bhaisajyaguru Buddha

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  • Twelve Divine Generals are the protective deities, or yaksha, of Bhaisajyaguru the buddha of healing. They are introduced in the Bhaisajyaguruvaidūryaprabharāja
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