More than any other figure in the Buddhist Pantheon, Kurukulla has become the Buddhist Goddess of Love and Sex, corresponding to the Western Goddesses Aphrodite and Venus. Amoung the attributes that she holds in her four hands, four arms being her most common Mainfestation, are the Flower Entwined Bow and Arrow, reminiscent of the Western Eros and Cupid, although as the Goddess of Witchcraft, she is more akin to Diana. She can be called upon to exercise her powers of Enchantment and Bewitchment to bring all under her Power the Eveil Spirits who work against the Welfare of Humanity whether they be a personal Enemy and Boss. Originating from the country of Uddiyana is the Goddess Dakini Kurukulla. The name Kurukulla is translated into Tibetan as Rigjyedma (rig-byed-ma), “she who is the cause knowledge.” Kurukulla appears to have become popular originally, and she remains so even among the Tibetans today, because of her association with the Magical Function of Enchantment (dbang gi ‘phrin-las) or the Bewitching of people in order to bring them under one’s Power (dbang du bsdud).
The Goddess Kurukulla can be called upon to help with the following and much more:
* Wealth and Well-Being.
* Enlightenment and Liberation.
* Sacred Magic.
* Tarot and Rune Divination.
* New Projects.
* Wish Manifestation.