To help in Breakups, Divorces and to get a New Romantic Relatioships. Kurukulle is a goddess whose body is usually depicted in red with four arms, holding a bow and arrow made of flowers in one pair of hands and a hook and noose of flowers in the other pair. She is considered an emanation of Amitabha, one of Tara's forms, and helps those who wish to enhance networking luck as well as love. Inviting Kurukulle into the home will give a great boost to your love life, improve your popularity in any social situation and boost the quality of friendships in your life. Among Amitabha’s three female emanations Kurukulle is the most important one. Kurukulle is often called Red Tara or Tarodbhava Kurukulle, “the Kurukulle who arises from Tara.” According to the texts, Kurukulle is a sixteen-year-old maiden because sixteen is an auspicious number which signifies perfection (four times four). She is red in color because of her magical function of enchantment and magnetism. Kurukulle wears a crown of five skulls signifying the five perfections, whereas she herself embodies the sixth perfection, that of wisdom. She wears a necklace of fifty freshly severed human heads dripping blood because she vanquishes the fifty negative emotions. She is dancing because she is active and energetic, her compassionate activity manifesting in both Samsara and Nirvana. She dances, treading upon a male human corpse because she enchants and subjugates the negative of ego and desire also known as Kamadeva. She stands within a flaming aura because her nature is hot and inflamed with passion and upon a lotus blossom because she is a pure vision of enlightened awareness. In the practitioner’s meditation, such as the recollection of the purity of the vision of the goddess. Usually, she is one faced but can have 2, 4, 6 or 8 arms. In the 6 armed forms, she has six Dhyani Buddhas engraved on her crown; in the 2 armed forms she is known as Sukla Kurkulla; in the 4 armed forms, she is known as Oddiyana Kurkul and by several other names.
GODDESS KURUKULLE PUJA
Each Puja ceremony takes about 4 to 5 hours duration. Pujas has to be performing on auspicious days for maximum results. Remember to email the full birth name, day of birth, time if you know (but am or pm will do) place of birth. Have faith and allow the blessing ceremony energy move your obstacles. Namaste