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Annapurna- the Goddess of food and nourishment

Hindu Goddess Annapurana is an aspect of Goddess Parvati, the consort of Shiva. Once Shiva says to Parvati that food is a part of illusion. Angered by this, Parvati vanishes all the food from the world. When the entire world including Shiva begin suffering from hunger, he apologizes and asks for food. Parvati manifests as Goddess Annapurna and gives food to the entire world.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front..

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Ashwarooda - the goddess who rides horse, emanated from the noose of Goddess Tripurasundari

Goddess Ashwarooda emanated from Goddess Tripura Sundari. Once an asura (demon) called Bhandasura wreaked havoc in the universe, tormenting Devas (demi-gods). Bhandasura was blessed that he could be killed by a woman who wouldn't have born from another woman's womb. Tripura sundari, who is also an aspect of Goddess Parvati, the wife of Hindu God Shiva, created a Goddess from her Pasha (noose). From her noose emanated a Goddess with a cavalry of horses. She was riding a horse and hence, named as Ashwarooda. She holds a golden rod in her hand called as Dandam.The Dandam controls mind and senses. Ashwarood with her Dandam defeated Bhandasura. She is depicted as four-armed, holding dandam, lotus, noose, and riding a horse named Aprajita...

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Brahmacharini - the goddess of asceticism - one of the Navadurga, nine manifestation of Durga

Brahmacharini is the goddess of asceticism and tapas. She is worshipped on the second day of Navratri - the nine divine nights dedicated to fierce Goddess Durga. Thus, she is an aspect of Goddess Durga. The legend of Brahmacharini is related to Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati. After the death of Sati, Shiva became an ascetic. However, Parvati resolved to marry Shiva and did Tapa. She began to live like an ascetic like Shiva, performing strict penance in forest. This aspect of Parvati is Goddess Brahmacharini. Brahmacharini's asceticism drew attention of Shiva and Shiva finally accepts to marry her. She is depicted as performing tapa in forest...

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Devas (demi-gods) appealing to Hindu God, Vishnu, to end their trouble

After Devas (demi-gods) are defeated by Asuras (demons), Indra, the king of Devas) along with Lord Brahma (the creator of Universe) and other demi-gods appeals to Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu is depicted as sitting on the primordial snake, Sheshnaag, floating on the ocean of milk (ksheer sagar). Sitting besides Lord Vishnu is his consort, Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front..

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Divine river Goddess Narmada

River Narmada is one of the seven holy rivers of India, the other six being Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Sindhu and Kaveri. It orginates from Amarkantak hills in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.The legend of river Narmada is related to Hindu God Shiva. Shiva was once meditating at Amarkantak hills when Narmada was formed from his skin. Shiva blessed her with lifelong freedom. Devas (demi-gods) tried to capture her, but she slipped through their hands, taking the form of a river. Narmada is also called Shankari, meaning daughter of Shankar or Shiva. The banks of river Narmada had hermitage of many important sages like Bhrigu, Kapila, and Markandeya. The pebbles at the bed of river Narmada are of the shape of Shiva Lingam, the abstract symbol of Shiva. Like Ganga, Narmada is also believed to wash away the sins of her devotess. Narmada is shown here as four-handed, holding Trishul (trident), Kalash (pot), and Shiva Lingam. She is shown as riding on her animal mount, Crocodile...

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Divine River Goddess, Ganga, mocking at sage, Durvasa.

Sage Durvasa comes to watch Ganga's dance to heaven. A gust of wind blows away his clothes, and Ganga mocks and laughes at Sage Durvasa. Short-tempered sage Durvasa curses her that she doesn't deserve to live in heaven and will descend to lowly realms.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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Durga- The invincible goddess on her animal mount tiger

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

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Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 1)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 2)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 3)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma.  She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), trishul (trident), Ankush (elephant goad), arrow, sword, shield, Bow, Gada (mace), scimitar, and slaying the demon...

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Eight Vasus, the divine personification of eight directions, appealing to River Goddess Ganga

Vasus are the elemental Gods in Hinduism. The Vasus are eight in number and represent the eight elements of nature - Prithvi (earth), Agni (fire), Vayu (Wind), Antariksha (space), Aditya (Sun), Dyaus (Sky), Chandrama (Moon), Nakstrani (Stars). They are the divine personification of eight elements. Once they stole the divine cow, Kamadhenu, from Sage Vashistha and were to born on earth as mortals. All Vasus appeal to Goddess Ganga to pacify their curse and make their stay on earth short. Goddess Ganga incarnated on earth as their mother and drowned seven of them after their birth in her own waters except for the last one who had stolen the cow. The last son was Bhishma, the grandsire of Pandavas and Kauravas in Mahabharata.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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Ganga- The divine River-Goddess descending to earth on her animal mount crocodile

Ganga is a divine River Goddess who was born from the holy water from the Kamandala (pot) of Hindu God Brahma when he washed the feet of Vaman, the incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu. She was brought to earth from Brahmaloka (abode of Brahma) by Bhagirathi. River Ganga is considered sacred by Hindus. It rises in the Himalayas and through the northern India, it flows to eastern India and discharges into Bay of Bengal. Ganga is depicted as riding on her animal mount crocodile...

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Goddess Gayatri - The mother of the Vedas (Design 1)

Goddess Gayatri is a form of Goddess Saraswati and consort of Hindu God Brahma, the god of creation. She has given the Vedas to the mankind. She is believed to be the divine personification of popular hymn Gayatri Mantra, which was created by Sage Vishwamitra. She is depicted as five-headed, representing five elements, earth, water, air, fire, sky, and ten-armed...

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Kalaratri - the seventh form of invincible Goddess Durga

Kalaratri is a frecious form of Goddess Shakti. Kalaratri means the death of Kala. She is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri - the nine divine nights dedicated to fierce Goddess Durga. Thus, she is an aspect of Goddess Durga. The legend of Goddess Kalaratri is related to the asura (demon) Raktabeej. Raktabeej had a power that he would multiply himself with every drop of his blood dropping on the ground. This troubled the Gods as the more they try to kill Raktabeej, the more the demon multiplied himself. Goddess Kalaratri then emanated from Goddess Durga and expanded her tounge and didn't allow any drop of blood of Raktabeej to fall on the ground. Thus the demon was killed by the miraculous efforts of Goddess Kalaratri. She is depicted in a fierce form, four-armed, carrying Khadag (scimitar) and Vajra (thunderbolt), and riding on her animal mount, a donkey...

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Kali - The fierce form of the primordial feminine (Design 3)

Kali is the fierce form of primordial feminine "Adi Shakti". Goddess Shakti took the fearsome form of Kali to slay two demons. To pacify her fury, her consort, God Shiva lay below her. Kali is depicted as a terrifying, four-armed, holding head of the demon, bowl with blood and  scimitar. Hindu Gods Vishnu, Brahma and other demi-gods are fleeing away with fear. Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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King Sagar performing Ashwamedha Yagna - an ancient a horse ritual of gaining power

King Sagar was the kind of the Solar dynasty, Suryavansha, and was the ancestor of Lord Ram - the incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu. He carries out Ashwamedha yagya in which a horse is allowed to roam freely in any kingdom and whichever kindom the horse wanders into either surrenders to the king who is conducting the yagya or they fight to denounce the King's claim.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front..

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Kushamanda - one of the Navadurga, nine manifestation of Durga

Kushamanda is the creator of cosmic egg - the Brahmanda. It is believed that when the universe was non-existent, Goddess Kushamanda created the cosmic egg with her smile, thereby ending the darkness and bringing the light to the existence. With the glance of her left eye, she created Kali. From the left eye, she created Saraswati, and from the third eye, she created Lakshmi. From Kushamanda's face was created Shiva, from feet, Brahma, and from arms created Vishnu. Thus, Kushamanda is the creator of trinity of Gods and Goddesses. She is worshipped on the fourth day of Navratri - the nine divine nights dedicated to fierce Goddess Durga. Thus, she is an aspect of Goddess Durga. It is also believed that it is Goddess Kushamanda who gives Sun its luminosity. She is depicted as eight-armed, holding lotus, arrow, bow, kamandal (pot), rosary, Gada (mace), and chakra (chakra)...

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Lakshmi - The goddess of wealth and prosperity (Design 8)

Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity and consort of Hindu God, Vishnu - the god of preservance. Lakshmi emerged from the ocean of milk - Ksheer Sagar - when it was churned by the Devas (demi-gods) and Asuras (demons) to extract out Amrit - the elixir of life. Lakshmi personifies wealth, riches, and beauty. She is depicted as four-armed, holding lotus and pot filled with wealth.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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Lakshmi - The goddess of wealth and prosperity and consort of the preserver God Vishnu

Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity and consort of Hindu God, Vishnu - the god of preservance. Lakshmi was emerged from the ocean of milk - Ksheer Sagar - when it was churned by the Devas (demi-gods) and Asuras (demons) to extract out Amrit - the elixir of life. Lakshmi personifies wealth, riches, and beauty. When Vishnu descended to earth in his avatars as Ram and Krishna, Lakhsmi incarnates as the avatar's consort. The festival of Diwali and Sharad Purnima are devoted to Goddess Lakshmi. She is depicted four-armed goddess, standing on a lotus, holding a pot containing wealth, a lotus, and bestowing her worshippers with wealth and prosperity. In the background are an elephant and her animal mount, owl...

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Lakshmi - The goddess of wealth and prosperity and consort of the preserver God Vishnu flying on her animal mount owl.

Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity and consort of Hindu God, Vishnu - the god of preservance. Lakshmi was emerged from the ocean of milk - Ksheer Sagar - when it was churned by the Devas (demi-gods) and Asuras (demons) to extract out Amrit - the elixir of life. Lakshmi personifies wealth, riches, and beauty. When Vishnu descended to earth in his avatars as Ram and Krishna, Lakhsmi incarnates as the avatar's consort. The festival of Diwali and Sharad Purnima are devoted to Goddess Lakshmi. She is depicted four-armed goddess, standing on a lotus, holding a pot containing wealth, a lotus, flying on her animal mount, owl...

Rs. 800.00