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  • Bishamonten — n. (Japan) one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, God of warriors …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Bishamon or Bishamonten —    One of the shichi fuku jin. He is of Indian Buddhist origin (Sanskrit: Vaishravana), one of the shi tenno (Four Heavenly Kings) and a symbol of authority. According to Buddhist lore he lives in the fourth layer of Mt. Sumeru, the mountain at… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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  • Bishamon — Darstellung auf Seide aus dem späten 12. Jahrhundert / frühen 13. Jahrhundert Bishamon (jap. 毘沙門, auch: Bishamonten (毘沙門天); Sanskrit: Vaiśravaṇa; tib.: rNam thos sras, auch Kubera oder …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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