Termo

Tibetano:

ཁྱུང་

khyung

Sânscrito:

garuḍa

Português:

garuḍa

Um pássaro mítico enorme em tamanho, capaz de voar assim que eclode do ovo, simbolizando a sabedoria primordial. As cinco cores com que é representado, por vezes, simbolizam as cinco sabedorias. É o inimigo do nāgas e é representado com uma cobra no seu bico, simbolizando o consumir as emoções negativas.

English:

garuḍa

A mythical bird of very large size which is able to fly as soon as it is hatched, symbolizing primal wisdom. The five colours in which it is sometimes represented symbolize the five wisdoms. It is the enemy of the nāgas, and is depicted with a snake in its beak, symbolising consuming the negative emotions. [WOMPT]

A kind of bird, in both Indian and Tibetan tradition. A creature of great size, it hatches already fledged and is able to fly at once. It is therefore used as a symbol of primordial wisdom. [TPQ]

A mythical bird symbolizing primal wisdom, of great size and able to fly as soon as it is hatched. The five colors in which it is sometimes represented symbolize the five wisdoms. It is the enemy of the nagas, and is depicted with a snake in its beak, symbolizing consuming the afflictive emotions. [ZT 2006]

A kind of bird, in Indian and Tibetan mythology, traditionally of great size, the chicks of which are said to emerge from the shell already equipped with feathers and able to fly immediately. It is a symbol of Primordial Wisdom. [LLB 2002]