Amitābha, Amida or Amideva is a celestial buddha described in the scriptures of the Mahāyāna school of Buddhism. "Amitābha" is translatable as "Infinite Light," hence Amitābha is also called "The Buddha of Immeasurable Life and Light".
In Vajrayana, Amitābha is the most ancient Buddha among the Dhyani Buddhas. He is of red color originating from the red seed syllable hrih. He represents the cosmic element of "Sanjana" (name). His vehicle is the peacock. He exhibits Samadhi Mudra his two palms folded face up, one on top of the other, lying on his lap. The lotus is his sign. When represented on the stupa, he always faces toward west. He is worshiped thinking that one can have salvation. Sometimes he holds a Patra (begging bowl) on the same posture.
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