Tara Mahavidya Dhyan and Mantra is an article depicting the resemblance and mantra of Mahavidya Tara. Tara means rescuer is the second of Dasa Mahavidyas.
Mainly Tara is a form of Durga or Parvati. Tara is the Sakti who ferries Her devotees across the worldly ocean. She protects Her devotees from Daihika (relating to body), Daivika (relating to destiny), and Bhautika (relating to worldly affairs).
She is the most benevolent mother who constantly liberates the distressed souls, wandering in many different Yonis or life forms. Tara is described as a giver of siddhis (supernatural powers), a rescuer from all troubles.
Tara is a granter of all desires and rewards, including ultimate knowledge and moksha (salvation).
The Tantra regards Tara as potent as Kali. Tara also figures in Jainism.
In Vaishnava lore, Tara was one of the goddesses who fought along with Durga to defeat the thousand-headed Ravana.
She is Tarini, deliverer or savior, one who saves guides, and transports to salvation. Tara is the deity of accomplishments and is often propitiated by business persons for success.
Her worship is also prescribed for those who wish to defeat their foes & to acquire abundance. Her worship is also prescribed for those who wish to gain gold & money in life.
Tara Mahavidya Dhyan and Mantra
"Pratyaaleedd Padaaarpitaam-ghrishavhrid Ghoraattahaasaa Paraaa.
Khadagendeevarkartri Kharparbhujaa Hoonkaarbeejodbhavaa.
Kharvaaneel Vishaalapingal Jataajooteikanaageiryutaa.
Jaadayam Nyasya Kapaalike Trijagataam Hantyugrataaraa Swayam".
Tara is described as seated in the pratyalidha asana, on the heart of a corpse, supreme, laughing, holding cleaver, blue lotus, dagger, and bowl, uttering the mantra Hum, colored blue, her hair braided with serpents, the Ugratara. She bestows all supernatural powers.
ऐं ॐ ह्रीं स्त्रीं हुं फट्
Aing Om Hreem Streem Hum Phat