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For Womb Realm somebody gave the meaning of "garbhakosa-dahtu" (Skt. garbhakosa-dhatu), but for Diamond Realm you gave the meaning "vajradhatu" (vajradhatu). Is this knowledge or is this an error? By giving those different words people may think that those realms are of different qualities, the womb realm with a "body" (kosa) and the Diamond Realm without a "body". Is this what teaching says?