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Each energy centre or Chakra are symbolically represented by Animals - Elephant (1st Chakra), Crocodile (2nd Chakra), Ram (3rd Chakra), Antelope (4th Chakra), White Elephant (5th Chakra), White Raven ..
Hindu god Shiva's incarnation in "Aghora" form depicted as six-armed god, holding axe, trident, sword, firepot, skull, and armour. Aghora form represents the destruction and faces southward.Available ..
Ajna Chakra is the 6th the energy center or the “Third eye Chakra” located behind the forehead. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with two petals. The two petals represent merging of duality i..
Amitabha means infinite light. Amitabh Buddha is a Buddhist deity of infinite light. Amitabha Buddha represented here in traditional Thangka painting. Buddha is sitting with his hands resting one over..
Anahata Chakra or the “Heart Chakra” is the 4th energy center located in the chest with the focal point of activation as heart. It is the balancing point of the three lower and three upper Chakras. It..
Ardhanarishwara is a singular form of the dual nature of the masculine and feminine energy of the cosmos. It is represented by the combined form of Hindu god Shiva and his consort Shakti. It shows tha..
Baglamukhi is a form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas or Wisdom Goddesses. Bagla means a bridle and mukhi means mouth. This means one who siezes the mouth or tongue of her ene..
Bhagirath is a descendant of King Sagar and son of Dilip, Depicted here meditating in the jungle, hoping to bring Goddess Ganga to earth.Available in 3 Sizes.Available in custom sizes , please contact..
Ganga descends to earth in her full force. Fearing that the forceful flow of Ganga might destroy earth, Bhagirath prays to Lord Shiva at his home, Mount Kailash. Lord Shiva captures the unruly Ganga i..