When Padmasambhava arrived in Tibet in the eighth century, he subdued all gyalpo spirits and put them under control of Pehar Gyalpo, who promised not to harm any sentient beings and was made the chief guardian spirit of Samye.
Pehar is the leader of a band of five gyalpo spirits and would later become the protector deity of Nechung Monastery in the 17th century, under the auspices of the Fifth Dalai Lama.
Pehar is often depicted holding a variety of weapons and symbols that represent his ability to overcome obstacles and protect practitioners. These can include a sword, a bow and arrow, a vajra, and a bell and dorje. He is also often depicted surrounded by flames, which symbolize the purification of negative influences.
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