Sitatara

Tibetan - A Buddist-Lamaist goddess. A form of Tara. An aspect of Amoghasiddhi or Vairocana. She is depicted with either three or seven eyes. She is said to be a Chinese princess, Weng Cheng, who was deified. . Also commonly referred to as Sitatara, Amoghasiddhi, Amoghasiddhi, Dhanada, Kamaheruka, Kharmaheruka, Mahamayuri, Mahasritara, Vajrasrnkhala, Vasya-tara, Vishvapani, Hindu Indra, Japanese Fuku-joju, Shaka, Tibetan Don-yod-grub-pa, Donyo-dup-pa, Tara, Tara, Kuan Yin, Queen of Heaven, Queen of Knowledge, Tarini, Arya-Tara, Bhrkuti-Tara, Ekajata, Janguli, Jayatara, Mahacinatara, Padmatara, Pandaravasini, Parnassavari, Prajna(paramita), Sukla-Tara, Syamatara, Vajratara, Vasya-Tara, Vidjyarajni, Chinese Kuan Yin, Tibetan Dolma, sGrol-ma, Blue Tara, Green Tara, Red Tara, Tara Amba, White Tara, Tara, Tara, Vairocana, Vairocana, Brahma, Mahavairocana, Mahavairochana, Vairochana, Cunda, Grahamatrika, Kun-Rig, Mahasahapramardani, Mahavairoc(h)ana, Samantabhadra, Sitapatra, Usnisavijaya, Hindu Brahma or Japanese Dainichi.

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