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Mara of the deva’s son

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mara of the deva’s son (Skt: devaputra-mara)

One of the four types of maras; interferes with meditation by increasing desire for sensual pleasures. The personification of desire and temptation that the Buddha defeated just before his enlightenment.

See also: four maras.


Source

https://www.lamayeshe.com/glossary/m