Tara is Universal
In Polynesian mythology, the sea goddess is called Tara.
In Latin, she is Terra or Earth. The Druids called their mother goddess Tara. In Ireland, there is a sacred mountain called Tara.
An old legend in Finland, speaks of wise women called Tar. In South America, an indigenous tribe has a goddess called Tarahumara.
Cheyenne people have a story of a women who fell from a star to the earth. Out of her body, all the essential foods grew.
In Tibet. Tara is known as the faithful one, the fierce protectress, an archetype of inner wisdom. She helps with the transformation of consciousness, to freedom.
Ishtar and Astarte are the same goddesses in Persia and Mesopotamia.
The Jewish name Esther, meaning Star, also has the same roots.