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  •  The Buddha of Medicine, the Principal figure in the Buddhist medical tantras. According to certain sources, the Buddha Sharyamuni is believed to have assumed a specific form when teaching the medical tantras and that aspect of the Buddha is called vaidurya, the ‘Beryl Buddha of Medicine’.  He is normally depicted in paintings as being blue in colour and holding in his left palm an alms bowl filled with the fruits of a medicinal plant, chebulic myrobalan. According to the lineaga of the medical tantras, there are eight different aspects of the Medicine Buddha. 
  •  The Buddha of Medicine, the Principal figure in the Buddhist medical tantras. According to certain sources, the Buddha Sharyamuni is believed to have assumed a specific form when teaching the medical tantras and that aspect of the Buddha is called vaidurya, the ‘Beryl Buddha of Medicine’.  He is normally depicted in paintings as being blue in colour and holding in his left palm an alms bowl filled with the fruits of a medicinal plant, chebulic myrobalan. According to the lineaga of the medical tantras, there are eight different aspects of the Medicine Buddha.