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'''Achala''' (Tib. མི་གཡོ་བ་, Wyl. ''mi g.yo ba'') is one of the [[ten wrathful kings]] and one of the main meditational deities of the [[Kadampa]] school.
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'''Achala''' (Skt. ''Acala''; Tib. [[མི་གཡོ་བ་]], ''miyowa'', [[Wyl.]] ''mi g.yo ba'') is one of the ten wrathful kings (Skt. ''daśakrodha''; Wyl. ''khro bo bcu'') that are present in many [[Yoga Tantra]] and [[Anuttarayoga Tantra]] [[mandala]]s, and one of the [[Kadam Lha Shyi|four main meditational deities]] of the [[Kadampa]] school.  
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==External Links==
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Latest revision as of 14:27, 9 May 2021

Achala (Skt. Acala; Tib. མི་གཡོ་བ་, miyowa, Wyl. mi g.yo ba) is one of the ten wrathful kings (Skt. daśakrodha; Wyl. khro bo bcu) that are present in many Yoga Tantra and Anuttarayoga Tantra mandalas, and one of the four main meditational deities of the Kadampa school.

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