amaru

(from the article `drum`) ...by a network of thongs. A waisted, or hourglass, drum is seen on one of the Bharhut reliefs, the oldest Indian temple reliefs (2nd century ). The ... ...and Burma, and partake of divine attributes, as in Brahmanism, Mahyna (Greater Vehicle, or northern) Buddhism, and Tantrism. Drums vary greatly in ... [2...
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Amaru

(from the article `Native American religions`) These actions commemorate events that occurred in the mythic first world. At that time a formless water serpent, Amaru, was the first female being. ...
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Amaru

[mythology] In mythology of Andean civilizations of South America, the amaru or amaro is a mythical serpent or dragon, most associated with the Tiwanaku and Inca empires. In Inca mythology, the amaru is a huge double-headed serpent that dwells underground. Illustrated with the heads of a bird and pumas, amarus can be seen emerging from a ce...
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Amaru

Amaru is a name for boys. The meaning is `eternal love` The name Amaru is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.)
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