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The '''five female buddhas''' of the [[five families]], also known as the '''five mothers''' (Tib. ཡུམ་ལྔ་, [[Wyl.]] ''yum lnga'') are:
 
The '''five female buddhas''' of the [[five families]], also known as the '''five mothers''' (Tib. ཡུམ་ལྔ་, [[Wyl.]] ''yum lnga'') are:
#[[Dhatvishvari]] (Skt.; Tib. [[དབྱིངས་ཕྱུག་མ་]], ''Ying Chukma'') also known as Vajra Datvishvari or White Tara, the consort of [[Vairochana]], who represents the purity of the element '''space'''
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#[[Dhatvishvari]] also known as Vajra Datvishvari or White Tara, the consort of [[Vairochana]], who represents the purity of the element '''space'''
#[[Buddhalochana]] (Skt.; Tib. [[སངས་རྒྱས་སྤྱན་]]མ་, ''Sangyé Chenma'') the consort of [[Akshobhya]], who represents the purity of the element '''earth'''
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#[[Buddhalochana]] the consort of [[Akshobhya]], who represents the purity of the element '''earth'''
#[[Mamaki]] (Skt.; Tib. [[མ་མ་ཀི་]], ''Mamaki'') the consort of [[Ratnasambhava]], who represents the purity of the element '''water'''
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#[[Mamaki]] the consort of [[Ratnasambhava]], who represents the purity of the element '''water'''
#[[Pandaravasini]] (Skt.; Tib. [[གོས་དཀར་མོ་]], ''Gökarmo'') the consort of [[Amitabha]], who represents the purity of the element '''fire'''
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#[[Pandaravasini]] the consort of [[Amitabha]], who represents the purity of the element '''fire'''
#[[Samayatara]] (Skt.; Tib. [[དམ་ཚིག་སྒྲོལ་མ་]], ''Damtsik Drolma'') also known as Green Tara, the consort of [[Amoghasiddhi]], who represents the purity of the element '''wind'''<noinclude>
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#[[Samayatara]] also known as Green Tara, the consort of [[Amoghasiddhi]], who represents the purity of the element '''wind'''<noinclude>
  
 
[[Category:Buddhas and Deities]]
 
[[Category:Buddhas and Deities]]

Latest revision as of 08:44, 13 December 2020

The five female buddhas of the five families, also known as the five mothers (Tib. ཡུམ་ལྔ་, Wyl. yum lnga) are:

  1. Dhatvishvari also known as Vajra Datvishvari or White Tara, the consort of Vairochana, who represents the purity of the element space
  2. Buddhalochana the consort of Akshobhya, who represents the purity of the element earth
  3. Mamaki the consort of Ratnasambhava, who represents the purity of the element water
  4. Pandaravasini the consort of Amitabha, who represents the purity of the element fire
  5. Samayatara also known as Green Tara, the consort of Amoghasiddhi, who represents the purity of the element wind