Kalapa, according to Buddhist legend, is the capital city of the Kingdom of Shambhala, where the Kulika King is said to reign on a lion throne. It is said to be an exceedingly beautiful city, with a sandalwood pleasure grove containing a huge three-dimensional Kalachakra mandala made by King Suchandra.
Tibetan mythology refers to the traditional as well as the religious stories that have been passed down by the Tibetan people.
Tibetan mythology consists mainly of national mythology stemming from the Tibetan culture as well as religious mythology from both Tibetan Buddhism and Bön Religion.
These myths are often passed down orally, through rituals or through traditional art like sculptures or cave paintings.
They also feature a variety of different creatures ranging from gods to .
Kalacakra in a Yi-dam(god protector) who turns the wheel of life. Kalacakra is the title of a work in one of the divisions of the Kangyur.
It is possible that Kalacakra is a personification of that work. Kalacakra is usually as a Yidam with four head on each of which is the third eye.
He may have twelve or twenty-four arms but never has more than two legs. In his Yi-dam form, he is dark blue. .