the goddess of wealth. She is also worshipped by unhappy
lovers. There are many forms of the deity Kurukulla.
But the most important form is called Tarobhava. She
is believed to be successful in bewitching men, women,
ministers, and the kings. "Om kurukulle hum hrin svaha"
is the mantra when muttered ten thousand times is
said to fulfill every one's desires. Thirty thousand
times of this mantra must be muttered to subdue a
minister. The subjugation of a king requires more
than a lakh. She is red in color with red garments,
red ornaments and seated on a red lotus. She is usually
represented in dancing attitude. If she stands, she
stands on her left foot and her right leg is raised.
She either wears a crown of skulls or a band surmounted
by ornaments. She has four arms. Two left hands show
charging a flowery arrow on a flower bow ready to
strike at and other two hands hold a noose and a goad.
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