Sunday, April 19, 2015

Kubera,in Mongoliya

sKubera, the lord of the Yakhas, with Yakshas and the directional Devas, from ancient Mongolia.
Vedic Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) - वैदिकः सनातनो धर्मः's photo.प्राचीन मंगोलिया देश से प्राप्त यक्षराज कुबेर की प्रतिमा यक्षों तथा दिशाओं के अधिष्ठात्री देवताओं के साथ।
Please compare the features of this Mongolian Kubera with the Indian one... The big stomach is only found in the deities of Ganesha (who is therefore also known as Lambodara, the one with a big stomach) or then Kubera. No other deity in the Vedic pantheon has a huge stomach like that. Furthermore, if local traditions call him Bayan and Namsrai, and when scholars of Buddhism have informed us that they are the local/vernacular names of Vaishravana or Kubera, then it is clearly a Vedic Deva, because the name of Vaishravana comes for the first time in the Vedas. In any case, we often fail to appreciate the fact that most Devas in Buddhism worshiped as far as Japan are from the Vedic origin.

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