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Prthivi, Extended-One
Alternate meaning: Wide-One.
[to Whom the second day of July, day 183, is dedicated]

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: Goddess of earth, fertility and husbandry; Final arbiter when innocence or integrity is in doubt; Matrix of existence; the Mother; the Divine Cow; Provider of all food; Agni's womb in which the embryo of existence is formed.
To Whom are sacred: lotus, (symbol of earth); the Bhumisparsha Mudra (touching Earth in appeal that She bear witness to the truth, as did Buddha when assailed by the forces of Mara, also known as the Great Gesture of the final victory over evil).
Male associate: consort, Dyava, ----, the sky. Source: Olschak 114; Stutley HDH 234.
Bhaumi, Produced-From-the-Earth.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Source: Stutley HDH 44.
Bhudevi, {Earth-Goddess}.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: Goddess of earth.
Source: Stutley HDH 46.
Bhumi, Existing.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: She Who is the Earth as one of the three worlds or spheres of existence: the celestial, the atmospheric and the terrestial.
Source: Stutley HDH 46.
Dharani, She-Who-Sustains.

Alternate meaning: Earth.
Male associate: Parasurama, ----. Source: Stutley HDH 75.
Sa-yi-lHa-mo, {Earth-Goddess}.

Geography/Culture: Tibet. Buddhist.
To Whom are sacred: the Varada Mudra (of gift-bestowing mercy -- which She sometimes makes); vase filled with the Water of Life (which She sometimes holds). Source: Olschak MAAT 178.
Wathundaye, ----.

Geography/Culture: Burma.
Description: Goddess of earth.
To Whom is sacred: an oath made while placing the hand on the earth (as Buddha did).
Male associate:
Buddha, ----. She appeared, in response to his oath, wringing Her hair the waters of which, consisting of all the meritorious deeds he'd done in past lives, washed away the armies of Mara, who sought to prevent Buddha's enlightenment. Source: Hock WAD 11.
worked on: June, July 1990; August 1991; June 1995.
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