Dayisun Tngri

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Daichsun Tngri, also known as Dayisud Tngri and Dayičin Tngri, is a Mongolian war god "of a protective function"[1] to whom captured enemies were sometimes sacrificed.[2] One of the equestrian deities within the Mongolian pantheon of 99 tngri, Dayisun Tngri may appear as a mounted warrior.[2] Some of his characteristics may be the result of the "syncretistic influence of Lamaism" (Tibetan Buddhism); the fifth Dalai Lama composed invocations to this deity.[2]

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  1. ^ Birtalan, Ágnes (2011). "The representation of the Mongolian shaman deity Dayan Deerh in invocations and in a Buddhist scroll painting". Études Mongoles & Sibériennes, Centrasiatiques & Tibétaines. 42 (42). doi:10.4000/emscat.1800. 
  2. ^ a b c Heissig, Walther (1980). The Religions of Mongolia. University of California Press. pp. 90–93. ISBN 9780520038578. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Heissig, Walther 1964 Ein Ms.-Fragment zum Kult der Dayisud-un Tngri und andere mongolische Fragmente im Ethnographischen Museum Antwerpen, Central Asiatic Journal IX, pp. 190–202.