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Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starting any major enterprise, a Hindu will perform a ceremony dedicated to Lord Ganesha- the Elephant God. As a kind of metaphysical actor, butter stars in numerous religious rituals created by our ancestors long ago. Because butter was often perceived as a divine mystery in itself, hidden in milk and te
Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starti
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The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide in Hinduism, even by the satgurus, temples, and scriptures. He is the one for all, whose presence as a vital part of daily life’s experiences of his devotees helps them have a tension-free life, without any obstructions. The finite quality of this Ganesha brass sculpture induces a feeling of charm
The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide i
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The exquisitely carved object depicts Ganesa as a musician; playing the shehnai, engaged in a pleasant mood. Music is one of the important branches of ancient Indian culture. Early Indian sages and musicians were well aware of the science of music; therefore, their endeavors paved way for the invention and composition of different ragas and raginis of Indian classical music. Instrumental music
The exquisitely carved object depicts Ganesa as a musician; playing the shehnai, engaged in a pleasa
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A standing Ganesha is one of the most rarely seen postures of Ganesha sculptures. Here he stands diligently on a thick pedestal having a green grassy platform with the mouse towards his left foot, busy eating modak. This sculpture is chiseled out of a single piece of white translucent marble that allows light to enter and produce a soft glow while retaining its high polish. Have a look at the beau
A standing Ganesha is one of the most rarely seen postures of Ganesha sculptures. Here he stands dil
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In our Shastras, it has been mentioned that there are twelve forms of the Sun known as Adityas and they represent the twelve months in the calendar and twelve aspects of the Golden Deity Sun. As they are 12 in counting, they are referred to as Dvadashadityas. Adityas are basically the monthly Suns which is an ancient word for earth-moon barycentre for a lunar month. In the Rigveda, the Adityas
In our Shastras, it has been mentioned that there are twelve forms of the Sun known as Adityas and t
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Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune, prosperity, and luxury and Lord Ganesha is the remover of obstacles and the patron of arts and sciences. These deities are mostly worshipped together as there is no wealth without prosperity and no money without wisdom. This superfine sculpture hand-carved with Kadam Wood of Rajasthan shows Goddess Lakshmi towards the right of Ganesha, signifying
Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune, prosperity, and luxury and Lord Ganesha is the re
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In this Spirit Of Enlightenment Mandala Thangka Painting, the sacred hum symbol is at the heart of this mandala. Thick, white strokes of the brush against a scarlet-colored circlet. Painted in the Tibetan script, it is the final syllable of the Shadakshari Avalokiteshvara mantra, which is extracted from the Mahayana Karandavyuhasootra and is considered the moola (fundamental) mantra of Buddhism. A
In this Spirit Of Enlightenment Mandala Thangka Painting, the sacred hum symbol is at the heart of t
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Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear even the most difficult paths. He is also called Lambodhara, which means Guardian of Wealth and prosperity. Shiva and Parvati’s son, Lord Ganesha, was assassinated by Lord Shiva’s wrath. Upon recognizing this, Shiva to honor his son brought him back with an elephant head and endowed him a blessin
Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear e
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This brilliant painting, oil on canvas, as large as four by six feet, rendered in modern art style but with a mythical theme, represents the ten-armed Devi – Goddess, killing the buffalo demon Mahisha, better known as Mahishasura. The goddess is attended on her right by goddess Lakshmi carrying a lotus in her right hand, and a pot of gems, in her left, and on her left, by goddess Saraswati carry
This brilliant painting, oil on canvas, as large as four by six feet, rendered in modern art style b
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The silhouette of Ganesha is unmistakable. The chubby limbs, the pot belly, the signature trunk, and the large ears are each enough to give away His sacred presence. The adorable boy-deity of the Hindu pantheon, Ganesha is arguably the most deeply loved deity; His icons, the most widely stocked up on. This Ganesha is small enough to fit into the palm of the devotee, the gracious lines of the sculp
The silhouette of Ganesha is unmistakable. The chubby limbs, the pot belly, the signature trunk, and
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She lacks neither beauty nor wealth. A powerful woman, not quite past her prime, sits with her legs crossed on a seat of red velvet and brocade cushions. She directs her gaze straight ahead of her, with all the confidence of the eldest bahuraani (daughter-in-law) in the absence of her mother-in-law. She is probably blessed with the love of more than one son in addition to her husband’s. In this
She lacks neither beauty nor wealth. A powerful woman, not quite past her prime, sits with her legs
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This large size miniature, a contemporary work of art rendered in late Mughal art style of around 1740-50 AD, assimilating into it some Persian art elements too, especially in portraying the topography of the land and in the choice of palette, illustrates the legend of Laila and Majnun, a world-wide known, painted and sung tale of mad love with tragic end. Laila's Watercolor Painting:
This large size miniature, a contemporary work of art rendered in late Mughal art style of around 17
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This painting, "The Heroine in Her Wind Palace - Watercolor Painting" a masterpiece in Indian miniature art form, representing a royal lady, obviously a princess, seen across the gavaksha, or the oriel balcony of her wind-palace, presents a unique synthesis of various painting styles of medieval, as well as contemporary India. The features of the figure, a slightly angular face, sharp no
This painting, "The Heroine in Her Wind Palace - Watercolor Painting" a masterpiece in Ind
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Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. Ganesha Brass Statue is adored by devotees for His childlike form and disposition, which gives Him a high propensity to mete out blessings and boons to those who simply turn to him. In this life-sized sculpture, He is seated in all His cosmic glamour upon a curvaceous multi-tiered thron
Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and D
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Lord Jagannath is an abstract, fluid deity. He is widely considered to be a representation of Lord Krishna Himself, while in some subcultures (Shaiva and Shakta traditions) He is a tantric roopa (form) of Lord Bhairava. He is part of a triad that comprises Balarama and Subhadra, who are His siblings. As could be seen in the painting on this page, the iconography is exceedingly basic - Jagannat
Lord Jagannath is an abstract, fluid deity. He is widely considered to be a representation of Lord K
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Madhubani Folk Art Painting-Fish Mandala Art
Madhubani Folk Art Painting-Fish Mandala Art
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A painting of the ethereal goddess Green Tara on a strip of soft, lace-like fabric. She is the queen of the Buddhist heavens as She sits on the belly of a pale-colored lotus bloom, Her long, slender legs gathered in Her characteristic bhadrasana. The right foot in Green Tara thangka paintings is usually poised discretely as could be seen in this traditional Tibetan thangka painting. The back of He
A painting of the ethereal goddess Green Tara on a strip of soft, lace-like fabric. She is the queen
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N. Harichandan of Orissa is one of the artists who are capable of encapsulating abstract art in the most beautiful way. Abstract art is the use of shapes, colors, forms, and gestural marks to achieve the effect of visual reality. In this painting, the artist has encapsulated a labyrinth, mostly referred to as a maze which is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. In the modern world, it is a
N. Harichandan of Orissa is one of the artists who are capable of encapsulating abstract art in the
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The simhavahini Devi Durga is a sight to behold. She is a powerful feminine presence, born to annihilate adharma at the very root. She fulfills a purpose that is beyond the scope of the entire Hindu deva pantheon, Mahishasuravadha, or the slaying (‘vadha’) of the buffalo-demon (Mahishasura). She is as strong as She is beautiful, as invincible as She is fair, as omnipotent as She is nariroopa (
The simhavahini Devi Durga is a sight to behold. She is a powerful feminine presence, born to annihi
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In Tibetan Buddhism, Chemchok Heruka is most notably known to be the focal divinity in the Fifty-eight Wrathful Deities mandala where he is the furious aspect of Samantabhadra. These 58 deities are said to be wrathful deities one can meet in death and rebirth. He is also known as the Mahottara Heruka. Meanwhile, in the Guhyagarbha Tantra, he is the main deity among the herukas of the Eight Command
In Tibetan Buddhism, Chemchok Heruka is most notably known to be the focal divinity in the Fifty-eig
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This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded in utkutasana and the right ankle supporting his large portly belly. He is carved here in a simple four-armed figure, yet so uncommon and new in its visual effects. The superfine quality and noble lustre highlights his divine aura. Ganesha is the foremost deity worshipped in the entire Hindu pantheon
This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded i
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Superfine Four-Armed Avalokiteshvara - Tibetan Buddhist Brocadeless Thangka Painting
Superfine Four-Armed Avalokiteshvara - Tibetan Buddhist Brocadeless Thangka Painting
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An Avalokiteshvara Thangka Painting such as the one you see on this page would be a valuable addition to the home of any Buddha devotee. It is a skillfully, perfectly symmetrically executed Lokeshvara thangka painting in His traditional iconography. He is the glorious Lokeshvara sahasrabhuja (thousand-armed), the unmistakable aspect of His iconography. Speaking of signature aspects, this is an ima
An Avalokiteshvara Thangka Painting such as the one you see on this page would be a valuable additio
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Ganesha, the god of beginnings is honored at the start of rites and ceremonies. He Is the remover of obstacles and symbolizes wisdom, truth, and intellect. This precious 24 karat gold gilded wall hanging of Trinetra Ganesha is very precisely and delicately formed, keeping all the identifiable features underlined. The deeply carved eyes represent the importance of focusing on the target works and t
Ganesha, the god of beginnings is honored at the start of rites and ceremonies. He Is the remover of
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