Lord Shiva withhis family known as Holy family Hum do-Hamare do - with two children, Guler Style, late 18th century. c/o Daljeet Kaur.

Lord Shiva withhis family known as Holy family Hum do-Hamare do - with two children, Guler Style, late century. c/o Daljeet Kaur.

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The Swayambhu (self-manifested or that which is created by its own accord ) Shiv Shilla at Bhavishya Kedar Temple in Joshimath

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The Swayambhu (self-manifested or that which is created by its own accord ) Shiv Shilla at Bhavishya Kedar Temple in Joshimath

INDIA, Uttaranchal, Gangotri. Shivling (6543m) at sunrise, from Tapovan meadow. Shivling rises beyond Gaumukh, the glacial source of Ganges River

Shivling at sunrise, from Tapovan meadow. Shivling rises beyond Gaumukh, the glacial source of Ganges River

Shiva Describes the Benefits of Pilgrimage to Holy Kedarnath. Page from a dispersed series of the Kedara Kalpa. Made in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India. c. 1800-1825. This page, early in the series, shows the narrative device at the beginning, when Shiva is seen telling the tale of the 5 sages to Karttikeya. (Excellent further discussion at the link.)

Shiva Describes the Benefits of Pilgrimage to Holy Kedarnath

This is an old stone temple dedicated to "Kedarnath Shiva". It is one of the temples of Shiva (8 Astha Shambhu) built by Dakshin Rai, the Dewan Raja Ajit Singh of Sambalpur. The Kedarnath Temple is located inside of a tank with a beautiful forest back ground and reveals high level of Chauhan architecture.

This is an old stone temple dedicated to "Kedarnath Shiva". It is one of the temples of Shiva (8 Astha Shambhu) built by Dakshin Rai, the Dewan Raja Ajit Singh of Sambalpur. The Kedarnath Temple is located inside of a tank with a beautiful forest back ground and reveals high level of Chauhan architecture.

The Five Sages Reach Shiva's Temple on Kedarnath. Page from a dispersed series of the Kedara Kalpa. Made in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, c.1800-25. Conclusion of the pilgrimage of the five sages. The now-emaciated sages appear five times: trudging through the mountains (above left), by a river bank (below), drinking at an icy pool (left), worshiping at a temple (center), and standing around a hot spring (right), all representing the final stages of a real pilgrimage to Kedarnath. .

The Five Sages Reach Shiva's Temple on Kedarnath

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