Vaya, the wind, appears in buddha mythology and hindu mythology. It is said to have originated in Hindu (India) as the god of winds. He was worshipped from around 1700


Marici, meaning shining in buddha mythology is a Buddhist (Mahayana) astral goddess. She is an emanation of Vairocana, also his Shakti. This deity is further identified as a bodhisattva, or buddha-designate. Also she may be


Mahacinatara, Tara of Tibet, in the buddha myuthology is a Buddhist (Mahayana) and Lamaist (Tibet) goddess. She is an emanation of Aksobhya and, in Lamaism, a fearsome form of the Varjayana goddess, Ekajata, who


Ekajata, also she who has but one chignon, in buddha mythology is the Buddhist (Varjayana) goddess of good fortune. She gives happiness and removes personal obstacles. Occasionally one finds her


Dharani (also dharini) existed in hindu mythology and in buddha mythology. In Hinduism as mentioned in epic and Puranic texts, are goddesses, consorts of Parasurama, and avatars of goddess Laksmi. In Buddhism, dharani is the