In Tantric Buddhism he is the father of the spiritual lineage which has Vajrapāni for bodhisattva and Kanakamuni as the earthly Buddha. His consort is the earth goddess Locanā, and he is usually depicted in iconography in the gesture (mudra) of touching the earth to call witness to his enlightenment. He is symbolically associated with the colour blue and with the aggregate (skandha) of consciousness.
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