<tr><th class="fn org" style="text-align: center; font-size: larger;" colspan="2" style="background-color:#40A080">Kongō-Haramitsu</th></tr>
<tr style="text-align: center;"><td colspan="2">Kongo Haramitsu Bodhisattva
Sanskrit:  Vajraparamita
Japanese:  金剛波羅蜜菩薩 Kongō-Haramitsu Bosatsu
Venerated by:  Mahayana, Vajrayana

Kongō-Haramitsu (Japanese: 金剛波羅蜜菩薩, Sanskrit: Vajraparamita) is a Bodhisattva of the Buddhist Pantheon, belonging especially to the Esoteric Buddhism tradition of Vajrayana. Kongō-Haramitsu is one of the deities of the Five Mysteries of Vajrasattva, where it appears as one of the four Paramitas.[1] Kongō-Haramitsu is also a central deity of the Buddhist Pantheon of Tōji Temple.


  1. Tantric Buddhism in East Asia Richard Karl Payne p.134 [1]

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