Mariamman is a Hindu Goddess of fertility and rain. She is Mother Earth, worshipped especially in southern India and by Tamils around the world. Mariamman is also said to be able to cure disease. The rain she brings washes villages clean, taking the disease away. Mariamman is usually depicted with a reddish hue to her skin, and she wears a red dress. In some villages, she is represented only by a stone in the ground, symbolizing her head – the whole village is seen as her body.
Hathor - She was the daughter of the sun god, Ra and worshipped as the Goddess of of joy, abundance and pleasure as well as being the protector of mothers and children and the guardian spirit of female animals.
Yoni Goddess - Fertility cults centred on phallic worship are well documented, but older and even more pervasive are the cults of the Goddess and her vulva. Yoni worship was part of the spiritual heritage in every part of the globe and may in fact be the most ancient religion of humanity