Jidsin-Jombaja in Lamaism, was a young, beautiful god, a Burchan, assistant or friend of Jakshiamuni, when the latter founded his religion. He usually is placed beside the statue of the supreme god in the Lama temple, and is represented as a very soft, feminine personage, with four arms, the body light-yellow color, the dress blue. Jidsin-Jombaja was instructor of astrological and other secret sciences, and taught the wise men in these branches.

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