Kuṇḍali

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The Wisdom King Gundari.

Kuṇḍali Vidyarāja or Amṛtakuṇḍalin, ch: 軍荼利明王, Jūntúlì míngwáng; ja: 軍荼利明王, Gundari Myōō) is one of the five major Wisdom Kings in Buddhism. He is the dispenser of Amrita, the celestial nectar of immortality.[1][2]

Kuṇḍali is a manifestation of Ratnasambhava.[3]

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