Taranga

[clothing] Taranga is the typical headscarf worn by Kashmiri Pandit women in the earlier days and even up to almost late 1960s. Now, its only place is as a ritual and by tradition to be worn in the classical way on the bride`s head as a bridal gear on her wedding day. This headwear has a very significant and historical importance and releva
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Taranga

[Jain Temple] Taranga is a Jain pilgrimage center in Mehsana district, Gujarat, India. It is one of the few tirthas where both the Shvetambaras and the Digambaras visit. The oldest temple constructed in 1121 by the Solanki king Kumarpal, under the advice of his Guru Acharya Hemachandra. A 2.75 m marble statue of Lord Rishabha is the central
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Taranga

[Māori mythology] In Māori mythology, Taranga is the mother of Māui. Her husband is Makeatutara. Māui was born prematurely, so Taranga wrapped his body in her hair and threw him into the waves. Some sea-creatures cared for him, hiding him in kelp until a storm sent him back to the beach. His ancestor, Tama-nui-a-rangi, found him and bro
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