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Ravana fighting with Jatayu by K. Venkatappa Title: Myths of the Hindus & Buddhists Published 1914 by Harrap in London. (via wikimedia)

Narayana (Vishnu) riding on Garuda with Shri Lakshmi Painting; Watercolor, Opaque watercolor, gold, and silver on paper Sheet 10 3/8 x 8 in. (26.35 x 20.32 cm); Image: 8 3/8 x 5 7/8 in. (21.27 x 14.92 cm)

Narayana (Vishnu) riding on Garuda with Shri Lakshmi Painting; Watercolor, Opaque watercolor, gold, and silver on paper Sheet 10 x 8 in. Image: 8 x 5 in.

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Rama hands his signet ring to Hanuman to bring to Sita. Venkatappa from Myths of the Hindus & Buddhists

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Time Travel, relative difference between dimensions, dreams, reality, advaita philosophy explained in Bhagavata Puranam (Hindu Mythology) and Tripura Rahasya

Goddess Saraswati Seated on a Swan

Goddess Saraswati Seated on a Swan, Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist: Kailash Raj

Hindu Art, Indian Gods, The Boy, Art Images, Demons, Summoning, Deities, Krishna, Mythology

Shakuni - The Master of Dice Game - Shakuni was the prince of Gandhara and one of the main villains in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was the brother of Gandhari and hence Duryodhana’s maternal uncle. Shakuni is believed to have very sharp mind though full of with evil plans. He is often criticized as the mastermind behind the Mahabharata war.

Shakuni - The Master of Dice Game - Shakuni was the prince of Gandhara and one of the main villains in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was the brother of Gandhari and hence Duryodhana’s maternal uncle. Shakuni is believed to have very sharp mind though full of with evil plans. He is often criticized as the mastermind behind the Mahabharata war.

According to Hinduism, Hayagriva Narayana or the horse-headed incarnation of Vishnu as the symbol of knowledge and wisdom imparting Godhead ...

According to Hinduism, Hayagriva Narayana or the horse-headed incarnation of Vishnu as the symbol of knowledge and wisdom imparting Godhead .

In Hindu mythology, Garuda was a creature with a human body and an eagle's head, wings, and talons. This Indian miniature painting portrays Garuda with the god Vishnu and his wife on his back.

In Hindu mythology, Garuda was a creature with a human body and an eagle’s head, wings, and talons. This Indian miniature painting portrays Garuda with the god Vishnu and his wife on his back.

Artodyssey: Vijender Sharma

Vijender Sharma post gradute in fine art ( M. in Painting ) with Gold Madel & distinction.

Plumeria Tattoos Are Usually Seen Inside A Tattoo Design Often To Highlight The

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