Red Tara Mantra Meaning (Kurukulla Mantra) – Om Tare Tam Soha

Red Tara Mantra Meaning (Kurukulla Mantra) - Om Tare Tam Soha

In Buddhism, Red Tara is an aspect of Tara, who is associated with magnetizing all good things and is considered the heart of Tara herself.

The origin of Kurukulle is Amitabha, the principal Buddha in Pure Land Buddhism. Also, a deity exists in Hindu and Buddhist Tantra who is usually invoked in works of subjugation, magnetizing, and enchantment of people. Her name is Kurukulla.

Kurukulla is also popular with those who are seeking a job as the Goddess can make you stand out during an interview process and create the perfect conditions wherein you are likely to get promoted or hired.

Tara is a female Bodhisattva in Tibetan Buddhism, the feminine aspect of the Bodhisattva of Compassion (Avalokitesvara), “Mother of all the Buddhas.”

Goddess Tara protects the welfare of all sentient beings and those who are devoted to her are especially lucky.

The sometimes fierce aspect of Goddess Tara – Red Tara – steps down to Earth to be a service to mankind. The power of Kurukulle is glorious. She is a magnificent Bodhisattva that transcends the world.

Kurukulle is depicted standing on a moon disc atop Mahesvara and Mahesvara’s consort. The Goddess is surrounded by a halo and has 4 arms. Her 1st right-hand holds an arrow made of utpala (blue lotus) flowers and the 2nd right-hand holds a hook made from the stem of utpala. Her 1st left-hand holds an utpala-stemmed bow with the 2nd left hand holding an utpala-stemmed lasso.

Kurukulla mantra meaning:

OM is a sacred sound and symbol, rich in meaning and depth, commonly recited at the beginning and end of yoga classes. With its roots in Hinduism, the Om (pronounced Aum) symbol is said to represent the oneness of all creation, including the earth, heavens, and underworld. The syllable Om is also referred to as ”onkara.”

TARE represents deliverance from mundane suffering, liberation from the sufferings of samsara (beginningless cycle of repeated birth).

TAM represents the seed syllable of Goddess Tara, in the heart chakra, brilliant ruby sound source, radiating out to all the world.

SOHA translates as ”may my mind receive, absorb and keep the blessings of the mantra, and may they take root”.

Chanting Om Tare Tam Soha – Red Tara Mantra benefits:

Chanting this powerful mantra has many benefits. The Goddess brings love and marital happiness to those who recite the mantra.

Furthermore, individuals having problems finding love, or those in relationship problems with their spouses can turn to Kurukulla for help.

She can help you to magnetize your partner’s affections and attention by removing any emotional and karmic blocks that are within you and are preventing these from coming in your direction.

Additionally, reciting this mantra daily with sincere devotion makes you enthralling in the eyes of others and smoothens your relationships with everyone dear to you in your present life.


This chant is a wish-fulfilling mantra, so that one may get what one desires but this could really end up hurting you. So be careful what you wish for!

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  1. I m in love with a boy it is one sided love i want to attract him this red tara mantra will be beneficial to mr