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Janguli

by Micha F. Lindemans
A Buddhist goddess, one of the bodhisattvas, who protects against snakebites and poisoning. She is portrayed with three faces and six arms. The peacock is her symbolic animal, and her attributes are the vina (a musical instrument), a white snake, and a lotus flower. She is also called Mahavidya.

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