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Godess TARA

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Black Tara: Tibetan goddess of power. The goddess Tara is worshipped in many forms throughout Eurasia, and in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. In her Black Tara manifestation, she controls the power of the will and measures our actions against our intentions. She administers the tests required for a soul to evolve and achieve enlightenment. The Black Tara rules over spirits and exorcisms, and heals afflictions of the mind and body.

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Tara’s themes are Universal Unity, peace, cooperation, destiny, energy and spirituality. Her symbol is a star. In Hindu mythology, Tara is a star Goddess who encompasses all time and the spark of life. She extends this energy to us, fulfilling our spiritual hunger. In so doing, Tara strengthens our understanding of the Universe and its mysteries and gives us a glimpse of our destiny.

Godess Durga idol being prepared at an artisan's shed, Kolkata.

Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science. She is the companion of Brahma, also revered as his Shakti (power). It was with her knowledge that Brahma created the universe. She is a part of the trinity of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. All the three forms help the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva in the creation, maintenance and destruction of the Universe.

Kali, or the dark goddess, is the fearful and ferocious form of the mother goddess Durga. She stands with one foot on the thigh, and another on the chest of her husband, Shiva.

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Kali, the Hindu Goddess, with a garland of heads and a belt of hands. She cleaves us of our appendages to break the tools that make karma, she takes our heads to rid us of our ego. Take refuge in Ma Kali, and she will guide and protect you.

GANGA DEVI ॐ Artist: Yogendra Rastogi. Shri Vishnu said: "If one utters “Ganga”, “Ganga”, though one is a hundred yojanas away from the Ganges, one will be freed of all sins and go to Vishnuloka."

Saranya is the wife of Surya, and a Hindu Goddess of the Dawn and the Clouds. Saraṇyū is the female form of the adjective saraṇyú, meaning "quick, fleet, nimble", used for rivers and wind in the Rigveda.