Friday, May 21, 2010


As per the Mahayana School of Buddhism, Vajrapani is a Boddhistava. He holds a thunderbolt and thus called Vajrapani. Vajrapani means one who is holding a thunderbolt or a lightning rod in his hand. He is considered to be of a fierce nature. He destroys sins and evil. His attribute of holding of a thunderbolt is similar to the attribute of Indra, a Vedic God.

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