In Inca mythology, the amaru is a huge double-headed serpent that dwells underground, at the bottom of lakes and rivers. The amaru was believed capable of transgressing boundaries to and from the spiritual realm of the subterranean world.
In this manner, what did Tupac Amaru accomplish?
The Inca and Peruvian nobleman José Gabriel Túpac Amaru (1742-1781) was the leader of the largest Native American revolt in the Americas. He was a man of sufficient learning, had a passion for reform, and hated injustice. Túpac Amaru was born in Tinta south of Cuzco.
Similarly, how did Tupac Amaru die?
Who runs Amaru Entertainment?
What race is Amaru?
Amaru is Quechua for snake, and a mythical serpent in Inca mythology.