Buddhist deity: Mahakala
Mahākāla is a common deity worshipped in different religions- Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. In Vajrayana Buddhism, in Tangmi (Chinese Esoteric Buddhism) and in Shingon (Japanese Esoteric Buddhism), Mahākāla appears as a protector deity, Dharmapala. In Chinese, he is known as Daheitian while in Japanese he is popularly known as Daikokuten.
In Sikhism, Mahākāla is referred to as Kal, who is the governor of Maya while Hinduism focuses Mahakala as the consort of Hindu Goddess Kali.