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  • Akshobhya is next in importance among the Dhyani Buddhas. He regarded as the second Dhyani Buddha by the Nepalese Buddhists. Akshybhya originates from the blue syllable Hum. He is two-armed and one-faced and exhibits the Bhu-sparsa mudra (earth touching gesture) which means calling the earth for witness, and sits in the Vajraparyanka pose. He represents the primordial cosmic element of Nijnana (consciousness). When represented in the Stupa he always faces the east. His left jand rests on the lap while the right rests on the right knee with the tip of middle fingers touching the ground with palm drawn inwardly. His vehicle is a pair of elephant and his recognition symbol is the Vajra or the thunderbolt. His female is Locana.
  • Akshobhya is next in importance among the Dhyani Buddhas. He regarded as the second Dhyani Buddha by the Nepalese Buddhists. Akshybhya originates from the blue syllable Hum. He is two-armed and one-faced and exhibits the Bhu-sparsa mudra (earth touching gesture) which means calling the earth for witness, and sits in the Vajraparyanka pose. He represents the primordial cosmic element of Nijnana (consciousness). When represented in the Stupa he always faces the east. His left jand rests on the lap while the right rests on the right knee with the tip of middle fingers touching the ground with palm drawn inwardly. His vehicle is a pair of elephant and his recognition symbol is the Vajra or the thunderbolt. His female is Locana.