The Mother 'Tara' - Tara means Star in English. She is worshipped as a Buddhist savior goddess. In countries of Tibet, Mongolia and Nepal she is the most important deity known as 'Sgrol-Ma' which means 'she is the one who saves'. She is the goddess of universal kindness, and represents righteous and liberal action. It is believed that Goddess Tara brings about endurance, and protects her followers on their spiritual journey to enlightenment. It is believed that Tara was worshipped as an incarnation of goddess Parvati in Hinduism and was adopted by Buddhism around sixth century B.C.