Prajnaparamita is well known as the mother of
Buddha's. The meaning of her name in Sanskrit is "Perfection of Wisdom". Prajnaparamita is the famous Buddhist goddess and most vital of all deities.
Prajnaparamita is Female Buddha's elegance embodies and feminine aspect of the
supreme Buddha. Prajnaparamita is seen sitting in the lotus position, raised
their hands in a sign symbolizing the revolving of Wheel of the Law. Goddess
Prajnaparamita is decorated with a huge array of jewelry, including a caste
cord, armlets, bracelets, finger and toe rings. Prajnaparamita was the first
queen of Singasari, from whom all kings of Singasari and Majapahit move down.
Prajnaparamita is just similar in importance to liberator and Mother Goddess
Tara. In the Mahayana tradition, the goddess Prajnaparamita denotes femininity.