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Li Jing

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In Chinese history, Li Jing was a Ministry of War in Tang Dynasty. Due to his prominent exploits in battles, he was entitled "the Great Patriotic" after his death. His posthumous contributions to human brought him advocators who built temples and shrined to him. As time goes by, Li had been deified as God in Late Tong Dynasty. Dressing in armor, winged crown and holding a pagoda on the left hand and trident on the right, Li was entitled Pagoda-Bearing Heavenly King in China. Pagoda is a significant object in Buddhism, therefore  a pagoda is always built near a temple. Also, pagoda is a house of Buddhism classics, Buddhism objects and relics. In Indian Buddhism, Li is one of the Four Heavenly Kings called Vaisravana, also known as the King of North.

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Li Jing

In Chinese history, Li Jing was a Ministry of War in Tang Dynasty. Due to his prominent exploits in battles, he was entitled "the Great Patriotic" after his death. His posthumous contributions to human brought him advocators who built temples and shrined to him. As time goes by, Li had been deified as God in Late Tong Dynasty. Dressing in armor, winged crown and holding a pagoda on the left hand and trident on the right, Li was entitled Pagoda-Bearing Heavenly King in China. Pagoda is a significant object in Buddhism, therefore  a pagoda is always built near a temple. Also, pagoda is a house of Buddhism classics, Buddhism objects and relics. In Indian Buddhism, Li is one of the Four Heavenly Kings called Vaisravana, also known as the King of North.