Ganesha Brass Statue and Brass Importance

Ganesha Brass Statue and Brass Importance

A Ganesha Brass idol is something that perhaps one locates in a lot of Indian residences. That is thought that the blessings of Lord Ganpati Murti get rid of barriers and also get rid of adverse power from a house. And know why for bringing delight as well as success, brass is the suggested product for a Ganesha idol? Also, know the many poses of the Ganesha statue and their importance.

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The Graceful Nataraja, Triumphant Over Apasmara

The Graceful Nataraja, Triumphant Over Apasmara

Nataraja or Nataraj, the dancing form of Lord Shiva, is a symbolic synthesis of the most important aspects of Hinduism, and the summary of the central tenets of this Vedic religion.

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Ardhanarishvara: The Confluence Of Shiva

Ardhanarishvara: The Confluence Of Shiva

Ardhanarishvara means “the Lord Who is half woman.” It means half male and half female. Now you’re probably wondering what does this have to do with Lord Shiva.

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Kali: The Mother Goddess in Hinduism

Kali: The Mother Goddess in Hinduism

Kali is represented with perhaps the fiercest features amongst all the world's deities. She has four arms, with a sword in one hand and the head of a demon in another.

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Tibetan Buddhist deity Goddess Tara

Tibetan Buddhist deity Goddess Tara

In Buddhist societies, there are lots of forms of women, but one of the most famous forms is Goddess Tara, the mother of all Buddhas. Tibetan Buddhist Goddess Tara, known as the 'savior Goddess' increases Buddhists at a variety of degrees in their lives. In clear words, she typifies the existence's works of a submitted and devout Buddhist.

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An Introduction to Lord Shiva

An Introduction to Lord Shiva

Known by many names—Mahadeva, Mahayogi, Pashupati, Nataraja, Bhairava, Vishwanath, Bhava, Bhole Nath—Lord Shiva is perhaps the most complex of Hindu deities, and one of the most powerful.

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The Life of Siddhartha Gautama, Who Became the Buddha

The Life of Siddhartha Gautama, Who Became the Buddha

Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism later on came to be called Buddha. He is admired by Buddhists as a wise being whose teachings revealed the way to freedom from ignorance, craving, rebirth, and suffering.

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Kuber the Lord of Riches

Kuber the Lord of Riches

Kuber (also called Kubera or Kuvera), the lord of riches and treasures, is a demi-god in Hinduism. Kuber does not occupy a very conspicuous position in Hindu mythology except for his frequent mentions in the epic Ramayana as the God of gold and wealth.

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All Hindus worship Laxmi as, without her, one is helpless

All Hindus worship Laxmi as, without her, one is helpless

For Hindus, the goddess Lakshmi symbolizes good luck. The word Lakshmi is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksya, meaning "aim" or "goal," and in the Hindu faith, she is the goddess of wealth and prosperity of all forms, both material and spiritual.

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Sankat Mochan Shri Hanuman Who Saves Us from Crisis

Sankat Mochan Shri Hanuman Who Saves Us from Crisis

Hanuman, the mighty ape that aided Lord Rama in his expedition against evil forces, is one of the most popular idols in the Hindu pantheon. Believed to be an avatar of Lord Shiva, Hanuman is worshiped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance, and devotion.

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Ganapati one of the best known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu Pantheon.

Ganapati one of the best known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu Pantheon.

Ganesha is thus considered the master of intellect and wisdom. He is depicted as a big-bellied, yellow or red god with four arms and the head of a one- tusked elephant, riding on, or attended to by, a mouse.

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Loard Krishan

Loard Krishan

The great exponent of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna is one of the most powerful incarnations of Vishnu, the Godhead of the Hindu Trinity of deities. Of all the Vishnu avatars he is the most popular, and perhaps of all Hindu gods the one closest to the heart of the masses.

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