March 27th, 2008 by sabrina

Janguli is the Tibetan Goddess of snakes and poisoning. She is usually depicted as yellow-skinned, with three faces (one blue and one white) and six arms. She carries both snakes and lotus flowers, and her powers can be used to cause or to prevent snakebites. As a yellow form of the Goddess Tara, she is also called Jangulitara.

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