The devajara Vaishravana, one of the Four Great Heavenly Kings of Buddhism often found in northern China, is shown holding a pagoda. He was gradually sinified and combined with the famed T’ang general Li Ching, known as Heavenly King Li Holding a Pagoda. In Journey to the West, he obeyed the Jade Emperor and led his third son Nezha on 2 trips to subjugate the Monkey King. After departure for the scriptures, there is still mention of Heavenly King Li and his son. Chapter 83, for example, describes how Madame Earth Gushing (Rat Fairy), the adopted daughter of Heavenly King Li, seized the T’ang Monk. Monkey King then ascended the Halls of Heavens to complain to Heavenly King Li, who then with his son went to conquer the demon.