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Head of Manasa, Hindu folk goddess of snakes, Gupta period, early 6th century  Terracotta. Also known as Vishahara (the destroyer of poison), she is the sister of Vasuki, king of Nagas (snakes).

Head of Manasa, Hindu folk goddess of snakes, Gupta period, early 6th century Terracotta. Also known as Vishahara (the destroyer of poison), she is the sister of Vasuki, king of Nagas (snakes).

The snake gourd is a gourd vine that produces white flowers with beautiful and thin filaments, that will uncurl as the flowers tend to wilt. Adapted to tropical and subtropical growing in thick bushes at the edge of forests and in clearings in south-east Asia, China, India and Korea.

The snake gourd is a gourd vine that produces white flowers with beautiful and thin filaments, that will uncurl as the flowers tend to wilt. Adapted to tropical and subtropical growing in thick bushes at the edge of forests and in clearings in south-east Asia, China, India and Korea.