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{{about|the primordial buddha Vairocana|the Tibetan translator|Vairotsana}}
 
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'''Vairocana''' (T. rnam par snang mdzad, རྣམ་པར་སྣང་མཛད་; C. dari rolai/piluzhena), or '''Buddha Vairocana''' is one of the [[Five Tathāgatas]] (typically identified as the central deity of these five). Vairocana is equated with the primordial buddha ([[ādibuddha]]) and the [[dharmakaya]].
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'''Vairocana''' (T. rnam par snang mdzad, རྣམ་པར་སྣང་མཛད་; C. dari rolai/piluzhena), or '''Buddha Vairocana''', is one of the [[Five Tathāgatas]] (typically identified as the central deity of these five). Vairocana is equated with the primordial buddha ([[ādibuddha]]) and the [[dharmakaya]].
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Statue of Vairocana Buddha, South Korea

Vairocana (T. rnam par snang mdzad, རྣམ་པར་སྣང་མཛད་; C. dari rolai/piluzhena), or Buddha Vairocana, is one of the Five Tathāgatas (typically identified as the central deity of these five). Vairocana is equated with the primordial buddha (ādibuddha) and the dharmakaya.