Meaning of 'Pachamama'.

In Inca mythology, 'Mama Pacha' or 'Pachamama' was a dragon fertility goddess who presided over planting and harvesting. 

'Pachamama' is translated as "Mother Earth" and is concerned for the well being of all plants and animals.

'Pachamama' is still worshipped today within the Incas in the Andean mountain ranges like Macchu Picchu in Peru, and she can be recognised in some parts of Chile and Bolivia also.

Macchu Picchu - The last stronghold of Inca civilisation.