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Mara is a demon in Buddhist mythology who is said to have tempted the Buddha during his enlightenment. He is often depicted as a terrifying figure with a fearsome appearance, but he is also said to be very intelligent and cunning. Mara is said to represent the forces of temptation and desire that can lead us astray from the path of enlightenment. In one famous story, Mara tries to prevent the Buddha from achieving enlightenment by sending his daughters to seduce him. The Buddha, however, is able to resist their temptations and continues on his path to enlightenment. Mara is also said to be the ruler of the realm of desire, which is one of the six realms of samsara. The realm of desire is said to be a place of constant craving and dissatisfaction, and it is said that those who are trapped in this realm are unable to achieve enlightenment. Mara is a complex and fascinating figure in Buddhist mythology. He is a symbol of the forces that can lead us astray from the path of enlightenment, but he is also a reminder that even the most powerful forces can be overcome with determination and faith.