In Hinduism, Durga or Maa Durga is a form of Devi, the supremely radiant goddess, depicted as having eight arms, riding a lion or a tiger, carrying weapons and a lotus flower, maintaining a meditative smile, and practicing mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. #Indian, #India, #Goddess, #Mythology, #Hinduism

Kali, also known as Kalika, is the Hindu goddess associated with eternal energy. The name Kali means "black" but has, by folk etymology, come to mean "force of time (kala)." Kali is today considered the goddess of time and change.

Brahma

As per the traditional Ayurvedic text books – Charaka Samhita and Ashtanga Hrudaya-, Ayurveda Originated from Lord Brahma, the Hindu Diety representing the supreme knowledge.

Lord Shiva

This is the the Hindu God Shiva and it describes what the each of the different objects mean. It shows how complex Hinduism Gods and Goddesses can have many different objects that each mean a specific thing to that person/deity.

brahma

sombhatt: “ “ “ Brahma and Saraswati on Hamsa “From Him (the Adipurusha or original Supreme Being) was born the Virat (or Virat Purusha, the immense universal form). Making this Virat as the.

Krishna

XXVIII Krishna ~ Magic & Miracles Passion & Compassion Intimacy & Intensity "I ask and I receive"

Agni - The God of Fire and Sacrifices

Agni (Sanskrit: अग्नि) is a Hindu deity, one of the most important of the Vedic Gods. He is the god of fire & the acceptor of sacrifices, which to Agni, because Agni is a messenger from and to the other gods.


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