Hindu Mythology

The colorful deities and demons of India...


Hindu Snake Goddess 馃悕

The Mother of Snakes

She was the Snake Goddess wife of Kasyapa, who also had another wife Vinat芒. There was great jealous rivalry between them. Kadr没 asked for a thousand children, and amongst them were Shesha and V芒suki. Vinat芒 asked for just two children, with the stipulation that they must outrank those of Kadr没. The two children were Varuna and Garuda.

Thwarted, Kadr没 took to crawling into the wombs of pregnant women who then produced more snakes, or worse, humans with snake-like propensities such as cold-blooded cunning and evil.

This is why we have so many people with these characteristics slithering about the world today. Many seem to go into politics and seek positions of power. For protection against this sort of thing you need Garuda.

Kadr没 Facts and Figures

Name: Kadr没
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names:

Gender: Female
Type: Goddess
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present

Role: 馃悕
In charge of: Snakes
Area of expertise: Snakes

Good/Evil Rating: BAD, best avoided
Popularity index: 4068

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Article last revised on September 18, 2018 by Rowan Allen.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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