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==Sources==
 
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*Reference to Balaha is made in [[Chandrakirti]]'s commentary to [[Aryadeva]]'s ''[[Four Hundred Verses]]''
 
*Reference to Balaha is made in [[Chandrakirti]]'s commentary to [[Aryadeva]]'s ''[[Four Hundred Verses]]''
*The story of Avalokiteshvara's manifestation as Balaha is also told in chapter six of ''[[The Clear Mirror: A Royal Geneaology]]'' (''rgyal rabs gsal ba'i me long'') by [[Sakyapa Sönam Gyaltsen]].
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*The story of Avalokiteshvara's manifestation as Balaha is also told in chapter six of ''[[The Clear Mirror: A Royal Geneaology]]'' by [[Sakyapa Sönam Gyaltsen]].
  
 
[[Category:Buddhas and Deities]]
 
[[Category:Buddhas and Deities]]

Latest revision as of 21:59, 3 July 2018

Balaha (Tib. བ་ལ་ཧ་, Wyl. ba la ha) or Balahaka is the king of horses, who bears a wish-fulfilling jewel on his back. He is an emanation of Avalokiteshvara.

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