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'''Ging''' (Skt. ''giṃkāra''; Tib. གིང་, [[Wyl.]] ''ging'') are minor deities who attend to the main deities in some wrathful [[mandala]]s. They appear as skeletons with triangular who beat a drum, wear a triangular pennant pinned in the middle of their hair, and ear ornaments that look like colorful fans.  
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'''Ging''' (Skt. ''giṃkāra''; Tib. གིང་, [[Wyl.]] ''ging'') are minor deities who attend to the main deities in some wrathful [[mandala]]s. They appear as skeletons who beat a drum, wear a triangular pennant pinned in the middle of their hair, and ear ornaments that look like colorful fans.  
  
 
[[Category:Classes of beings]]
 
[[Category:Classes of beings]]
 
[[Category:Gods and demons]]
 
[[Category:Gods and demons]]

Revision as of 13:28, 14 September 2016

Ging (Skt. giṃkāra; Tib. གིང་, Wyl. ging) are minor deities who attend to the main deities in some wrathful mandalas. They appear as skeletons who beat a drum, wear a triangular pennant pinned in the middle of their hair, and ear ornaments that look like colorful fans.