Kurukulla is a female, peaceful to semi-wrathful Yidam in Tibetan Buddhism particularly associated with rites of magnetization or enchantment. Her Sanskrit name is of unclear origin.
Kurukulla may be a god, whose body is usually depicted in red with four arms, holding a bow and arrow made of flowers in one pair of hands and a hook and noose of flowers within the different combine.
Kurukulla was possible AN Indian social group supernatural being related to supernatural domination. She was assimilated into the Buddhist pantheon a minimum of as early because the Hevajra Tantra, which contains her mantra. Mantra of Kurukulla is “Om Kurukulle Hrih Svaha.” This mantra uses the vocative type (Kurukulle) of her name.