Kshetrapala is a guardian deity in Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism. According to Hinduism and Hindu mythology, Kshetrapala, that is, the lord of the farmland, is a deity who was originally a deity of the farmland, particularly in the south India. Over a period of time, Kshetrapala became a generic name applied to deities associated with a piece or parcel of land, or a particular region (kshetra in Sanskrit). His temples are generally constructed on the northeastern corner of temples devoted to Shiva, and he is worshipped prior to each ritual to ensure the efficacy of that particular ritual.

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  • Kshetrapala is a guardian deity in Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism. According to Hinduism and Hindu mythology, Kshetrapala, that is, the lord of the farmland, is a deity who was originally a deity of the farmland, particularly in the south India. Over a period of time, Kshetrapala became a generic name applied to deities associated with a piece or parcel of land, or a particular region (kshetra in Sanskrit). His temples are generally constructed on the northeastern corner of temples devoted to Shiva, and he is worshipped prior to each ritual to ensure the efficacy of that particular ritual. (en)
  • Kszetrapala (sanskryt: "strażnik pola") – w ludowym hinduizmie ogólna nazwa bóstw opiekuńczych pól uprawnych. Zazwyczaj wizerunki umieszczane nawiązują do formy Bhajrawa, czyli groźnej manifestacji Śiwy. (pl)
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  • Kshetrapala
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  • Kshetrapala image near Karkal Bahubali
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  • Kshetrapala is a guardian deity in Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism. According to Hinduism and Hindu mythology, Kshetrapala, that is, the lord of the farmland, is a deity who was originally a deity of the farmland, particularly in the south India. Over a period of time, Kshetrapala became a generic name applied to deities associated with a piece or parcel of land, or a particular region (kshetra in Sanskrit). His temples are generally constructed on the northeastern corner of temples devoted to Shiva, and he is worshipped prior to each ritual to ensure the efficacy of that particular ritual. (en)
  • Kszetrapala (sanskryt: "strażnik pola") – w ludowym hinduizmie ogólna nazwa bóstw opiekuńczych pól uprawnych. Zazwyczaj wizerunki umieszczane nawiązują do formy Bhajrawa, czyli groźnej manifestacji Śiwy. (pl)
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  • Kshetrapala (en)
  • Kszetrapala (pl)
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