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# Jvalamukhadeva (''kha ‘bar de ba'') for the [[preta]] realms  
 
# Jvalamukhadeva (''kha ‘bar de ba'') for the [[preta]] realms  
 
# Shravasingha (''seng ge rab brtan'') for the [[animal realm]]
 
# Shravasingha (''seng ge rab brtan'') for the [[animal realm]]
# Vemachitra (''thags bzang ris'') for the [[asura]] realms  
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# Vemachitra (''thags bzang ris'') for the [[demi-gods]] or asura realms  
 
# Dharmaraja (''chos kyi rgyal po'') for the hell realms
 
# Dharmaraja (''chos kyi rgyal po'') for the hell realms
  
 
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[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]
 
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Revision as of 20:07, 3 September 2008

The six munis (Wyl. thub pa drug) are the supreme nirmanakaya buddhas for each of the six classes of beings. They are,

  1. Indra Kaushika (dbang po brgya byin) for the god realms
  2. Shakyamuni (sh’akya thub pa) for the human realm
  3. Jvalamukhadeva (kha ‘bar de ba) for the preta realms
  4. Shravasingha (seng ge rab brtan) for the animal realm
  5. Vemachitra (thags bzang ris) for the demi-gods or asura realms
  6. Dharmaraja (chos kyi rgyal po) for the hell realms