Dharmaraja

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Dharmaraja refers to several things in Buddhism and Hinduism:

  • Dharmaraja, the original Sanskrit term for Chogyal, which may refer to a secular ruler of Sikkim or Bhutan, or a higher-ranking monk in Tibetan Buddhism
  • Dharmaraja or Kalarupa is a wrathful dharmapala and possibly an emanation of Manjusri
  • Dharmaraja is a name of Yama and also a name of Yudhishthira
  • Dharmaraja College is in Sri Lanka
  • Maharajah Dharma Raja Rama Varma of Travancore
  • Dharmaraja (Buddhism), the title given to a Buddha, especially to Gautama Buddha, the Japanese also gave it to Prince Shōtoku Taishi, as Shōtoku Hō'ō (聖徳法王 Holy Merit King of Dharma).

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