Difference between revisions of "Hariti"

From Rigpa Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Further Reading)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==
 
* [https://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dl/publications/no_1101/AA111_1_sree.pdf Sree Padma. “Hariti: Village Origins, Buddhist Elaborations and Saivite Accommodations.” In ''Asian and African Area Studies, 11 (1),'' 2011: 1-17.]
 
* [https://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dl/publications/no_1101/AA111_1_sree.pdf Sree Padma. “Hariti: Village Origins, Buddhist Elaborations and Saivite Accommodations.” In ''Asian and African Area Studies, 11 (1),'' 2011: 1-17.]
 
+
* Von Rospatt, Alexander. “The Sacred Origins of the Svayaṃbhūcaitya and the Nepal Valley: Foreign Speculation and Local Myth.” In ''Journal of the Nepal Research Centre 13.'' Kathmandu: Nepal Research Centre 2009: 37-44.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
<small><references/></small>
 
<small><references/></small>

Revision as of 11:51, 10 August 2017

Hariti (Skt. Hāritī; Tib. phrog ma) — a wild, much-feared yakshini who used to devour children, until she was tamed by the Buddha and became a protector of the Dharma.

Further Reading

Notes