Uṣṇīṣavijayā is a buddha of longevity in Buddhism. She wears an image of Vairocana in her headdress.
With Amitayus and Sitatara, she constitutes the three Buddhas of long life.
She is one of the more well-known Buddhist divinities in Nepal, Tibet, and Mongolia.
Tara, Ārya Tārā, or Shayama Tara, also known as Jetsun Dölma is an important figure in Buddhism, especially revered in Tibetan Buddhism.
She appears as a female bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism, and as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism.
She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.
She is known as Duōluó Púsà (多羅菩薩) in Chinese Buddhism, and as Tara Bosatsu (多羅菩薩) in Japan.
Tārā is .
Mahayana Buddhists venerate numerous Buddhas.
In Tibetan Buddhism, following the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition, the major bodhisattvas are known as the "eight great bodhisattvas", Ksitigarbha, Vajrapani, Akasagarbha, Avalokitesvara, Maitreya, Sarvanivāraṇaviṣkambhin, Samantabhadra and Manjushri.
Each is associated with a different consort, direction, aggregate (or, aspect of the personality), emotion, element, color, symbol, and mount.
Other female Bodhisattvas include Vasudhara and Cundi.
Followers of Tibetan Buddhism consider reborn tulkus such as the Dalai Lamas and the Karmapas to be .
Ushnishavijaya Thangka with thirty-three deity indicates the Victorious Crown Ornament. She is one of three long-life deities who is very popular in Himalayan and Tibetan Buddhism. The other two deities are AmitayusBuddha and White Tara.
The life of the Ushnishavijaya
In this section, we are going to learn about the life of the Ushnishavijaya. After that, we will learn the short description of the word Ushnishavijaya itself.
Etymology of Ushnishavijaya
Ushnishavijaya is known as gtsug tor rnam .