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Devarāja

Devarāja (Skt., ‘god’ + ‘ruler’). A cult developed at Angkor, in which the king was recognized as divine, or perhaps as ruler of the gods.

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Devarāja

Devarāja (four world protectors): see CELESTIAL KINGS.

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