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Maharaja

mó hè luó rě
magaraja
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摩賀羅惹 is a Chinese and Japanese title for a Mahārāja.

You will also see マハラジャ as a phonetic version of Mahārāja in Japanese.
Also, a translation in Chinese could be 大王 (great king).
The title 摩賀羅惹 is meant to sound like Mahārāja, coming from the Sanskrit word महाराज.

Maharaja

maharaja
Maharaja Vertical Wall Scroll

マハラジャ is the name Maharaja in Japanese.


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Maharaja摩賀羅惹
摩贺罗惹
magarajamó hè luó rě
mo2 he4 luo2 re3
mo he luo re
moheluore
mo ho lo je
moholoje
Maharajaマハラジャmaharaja
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

マハラジャ

see styles
 maharaja / マハラジャ
Maharaja Vertical Wall Scroll
maharaja (hin:)

四王

see styles
sì wáng / si4 wang2
ssu wang
 shiō / しおう
(place-name) Shiou
(四王天) catur-mahārāja-kāyikās, the four heavens of the four deva-kings, i. e. the lowest of the six heavens of desire; v. 四天王; four kings

大王

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dài wang / dai4 wang5
tai wang
 daiou / daio / だいおう
robber baron (in opera, old stories); magnate
great king; (place-name, surname) Daiou
mahārāja 摩賀羅惹. Applied to the four guardians of the universe, 四大天王; great king(s)

天尊

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tiān zūn / tian1 zun1
t`ien tsun / tien tsun
 tenson / てんそん
(honorific appellation of a deity)
(given name) Tenson
The most honoured among devas, a title of a Buddha, i. e. the highest of divine beings; also used for certain maharāja protectors of Buddhism and others in the sense of honoured devas. Title applied by the Daoists to their divinities as a counterpart to the Buddhist 世尊; most honored among devas

天王

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tiān wáng / tian1 wang2
t`ien wang / tien wang
 tennou / tenno / てんのう
emperor; god; Hong Xiuquan's self-proclaimed title; see also 洪秀全[Hong2 Xiu4 quan2]
(1) {Buddh} heavenly king; (2) (See 牛頭天王) Gozu Tenno (deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva); (place-name, surname) Tennou
Maharāja-devas; 四天王 Caturmahārāja. The four deva kings in the first or lowest devaloka, on its four sides. E. 持國天王 Dhṛtarāṣṭra. S. 增長天王 Virūḍhaka. W. 廣目天王 Virūpākṣa. N. 多聞天王 Dhanada, or Vaiśravaṇa. The four are said to have appeared to 不空 Amogha in a temple in Xianfu, some time between 742-6, and in consequence he introduced their worship to China as guardians of the monasteries, where their images are seen in the hall at the entrance, which is sometimes called the 天王堂 hall of the deva-kings. 天王 is also a designation of Siva the 大白在, i. e. Maheśvara 摩醯首羅, the great sovereign ruler; king of heaven

藩王

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 hanou / hano / はんおう maharaja; maharajah; nawab

醜目


丑目

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chǒu mù / chou3 mu4
ch`ou mu / chou mu
 Shūmoku
醜眼 Virūpākṣa; ugly-eyed, i.e. Śiva with his three eyes; also the name of the mahārāja-protector of the West, v. 毘.

四天王

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sì tiān wáng / si4 tian1 wang2
ssu t`ien wang / ssu tien wang
 shitennou / shitenno / してんのう
(1) {Buddh} the Four Heavenly Kings (Dhrtarastra, Virudhaka, Virupaksa, and Vaisravana); (2) the big four (i.e. four leaders in a given field)
(四大天王) catur-mahārājas, or Lokapālas; the four deva-kings. Indra's external 'generals 'who dwell each on a side of Mount Meru, and who ward off from the world the attacks of malicious spirits, or asuras, hence their name 護世四天王 the four deva-kings, guardians of the world. Their abode is the 四天王天 catur-maharāja-kāyikas; and their titles are: East 持國天 Deva who keeps (his) kingdom; colour white; name Dhṛtarsaṣtra. South 增長天 Deva of increase and growth; blue; name Virūḍhaka. West 廣目天 The broad-eyed (also ugly-eyed) deva (perhaps a form of Siva); red; name Virūpākṣa. North 多聞天 The deva who hears much and is well-versed; yellow; name Vaiśravaṇa, or Dhanada; he is a form of Kuvera, the god of wealth. These are the four giant temple guardians introduced as such to China by Amogha; cf. 四天王經; four heavenly kings

增長天


增长天

see styles
zēng zhǎng tiān / zeng1 zhang3 tian1
tseng chang t`ien / tseng chang tien
 Zōjōten
Virudhaka (one of the Heavenly Kings)
Virūḍhaka, the Mahārāja of the southern quarter.

威怒王

see styles
wēi nù wáng / wei1 nu4 wang2
wei nu wang
 inuō
The wrathful maharāja. guardians of Buddhism; wrathful king(s)

月黶尊


月黡尊

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yuè yǎn zūn / yue4 yan3 zun1
yüeh yen tsun
 Gatten son
One of the names of a 明王 Ming Wang, i. e. 'moon-black' or 'moon-spots', 降三世明王 the maharāja who subdues all resisters, past, present, and future, represented with black face, three eyes, four protruding teeth, and fierce laugh; Ven. Moon-black

韋將軍


韦将军

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wéi jiàng jun / wei2 jiang4 jun1
wei chiang chün
(韋天將軍) One of the generals under the southern mahārāja guardian in a temple; General Wei

四天王天

see styles
sì tiān wáng tiān / si4 tian1 wang2 tian1
ssu t`ien wang t`ien / ssu tien wang tien
 shi tennō ten
catur-maharāja-kāyikas; the four heavens of the four deva-kings; four heavens of the four kings

大力金剛


大力金刚

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dà lì jīn gāng / da4 li4 jin1 gang1
ta li chin kang
 dairiki kongō
The mighty "diamond" or Vajra-mahārāja in the Garbhadhātu group, a fierce guardian and servant of Buddhism, see below; vajra of great power

孔雀明王

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kǒng qiǎo míng wáng / kong3 qiao3 ming2 wang2
k`ung ch`iao ming wang / kung chiao ming wang
 kujakumyouou / kujakumyoo / くじゃくみょうおう
{Buddh} Mahamayuri (deity usu. depicted riding a peacock)
Peacock king, ' a former incarnation of Śākyamuni, when as a peacock he sucked from a rock water of miraculous healing power; now one of the mahārāja bodhisattvas, with four arms, who rides on a peacock; his full title is 佛母大金曜孔雀明王. There is another 孔雀王 with two arms; Mahāmayūrī

尾嚕茶迦


尾噜茶迦

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wěi lū chá jiā / wei3 lu1 cha2 jia1
wei lu ch`a chia / wei lu cha chia
 Birochaka
Virūḍhaka idem 毘璢璃, one of the four maharāja-devas.

摩訶羅闍


摩诃罗阇

see styles
mó hē luó shé / mo2 he1 luo2 she2
mo ho lo she
 makaraja
mahārāja, a great or superior king; a king.

降焰魔尊

see styles
xiáng yàn mó zūn / xiang2 yan4 mo2 zun1
hsiang yen mo tsun
 gō enma son
Yamāntaka, cf. 焰 the fierce mahārāja with six legs who controls the demons of the West; subduer of fiery dragons

マハラージャ

see styles
 maharaaja / maharaja / マハラージャ maharaja (hin:)

跋折羅吒訶沙


跋折罗咤诃沙

see styles
bá zhé luó zhà hē shā / ba2 zhe2 luo2 zha4 he1 sha1
pa che lo cha ho sha
 Baseratakasha
Vajrāṭṭahāsa, i.e. Śiva, one of the guardians, the laughing Mahārāja.

マハーラージャ

see styles
 mahaaraaja / maharaja / マハーラージャ maharaja (hin:)

マハラジャ;マハーラージャ;マハラージャ

see styles
 maharaja;mahaaraaja;maharaaja / maharaja;maharaja;maharaja / マハラジャ;マハーラージャ;マハラージャ maharaja (hin:)

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