Great vows made by the Bodhisattva in the beginning of his spiritual career. The great vow of a Buddha or Bodhisattva to save all the living and bring them to Buddhahood.
Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva or Earth-Store Bodhisattva, one of the groups of eight Dhyani Bodhisattvas, who saves suffering beings in the hells, usually represented standing, holding in his right hand a pilgrim’s staff, and in his left hand a pearl. Like all other Bodhisattvas, he aspires to deliver sentient beings wandering astray in the three realms and six paths of mundane existence, but he specializes in delivering beings from hell. In Japan, this Bodhisattva is popular as the saviour of the souls of dead children, particularly aborted ones.
Đại Nguyện Địa Tạng Vương Bồ tát – 地藏 Kṣitigarbha – 地藏菩薩 – 地藏菩萨 – Bodhisattva Kṣitigarbha – 地藏王菩 – 地藏王菩萨 – Bodhisattva King Kṣitigarbha – 大願地藏菩薩 – 大願地藏菩萨 – Bodhisattva King Kṣitigarbha of the Great Vow – ས་ཡི་སྙིང་པོ – Địa Tạng, Địa Tạng Vương bồ tát, Địa Tạng bồ tát, Đại Nguyện Địa Tạng bồ tát – 地藏, 地藏王菩薩, 地藏菩薩, 大願地藏菩薩 – พระกษิติครรภโพธิสัตว์ – 지장, 지장보살 – Сайенинбу – 地蔵; 地蔵菩薩; 地蔵王菩薩
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