Wonderful and Auspicious Bodhisattva means Manjusri Bodhisattva.
 Invincible Bodhisattva means Maitreya Bodhisattva.
 Mahabrahma Devaraja is the king of the Great Brahma Heaven.
 Saha means endurance of suffering.
 The four Lokapalas means the four deva-
 Asura means titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war against the gods.
 “the Utmost Bliss” in Sanskrit called Sukhavati
 Tathagata means a person who has attained perfect wisdom.
 Each Buddha has ten titles (epithets), which are as follows: Worthy of worship,
 Dharma means the truth.
 Good roots mean goods seeds sown by a person which will be reaped at a later time.
 Water jade is known as Musaragalva or Musalagarbha which means coral, big seashell, cornelian or agate.
 Supreme Samyagbodhi means the perfect universal wisdom of Buddha.
 Sari is a bird can talk.
 Kalavinka is a bird having a melodious voice which is found in the valleys of the Himalayas.
 Jivajiva is a bird with two heads which denotes mind and perception differing but the karma one.
 Rddhipada means ubiquitous traveling, i.e. supernatural power to appear at will in any place, which denote absolute freedom.
 Pancendriyani means five roots, i.e. the five organs of our senses: eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and body as roots of knowing.
 Pancabalani means five powers (to destroy five obstacles), i.e. faith (destroying doubt), zeal (destroying remissness), mindfulness (destroying falsity and ignorance), meditation (destroying confusion) and wisdom (destroying illusion and delusion).
 Saptabodhyanga means seven characteristics of bodhi, i.e. (1) dharma-
 Aryamarga means the eightfold noble paths, i.e. (1) samyag-
 The three evil realms mean animals, ghosts, and purgatories or hells.
 Kalpa is also called eon, which denotes an inconceivably long period of time.
It has three different kalpas, i.e. small, medium and great. A small kalpa
is 16,798,000 years, which is counted in the following formula [(84,000-
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