Kuladara

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God of all,

Kuladara
कुलदार
Kuladara.jpg
One interpretation of Kuladara from the Gai Temple in Mutapanda.

Kuladara (Mahanan: कुलदार, Kuladāra) also known as Sabaikā Bhagavāna (God of All) is the sole God/Goddess of Gaism, who is considered to be the creator of the world and of all of the human race. Kuladara has no official interpretation, being seen as either a woman or a man, a cow or a human or a mixture of both depending on the interpretation of Kuladara. Kuladara is also 'accepted' in the Hindu religion as one of the Eleven Mahavidya, instead of the singular god.

Etymology

Kuladara in Gaism

Kuladara in Hinduism

Modern Interpretations

Past Interpretations

Importance

Referances