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Hindu God Ganesha- the remover of obstacles (Design 1)

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as sitting on a divine blooming lotus...

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Hindu God Ganesha- the remover of obstacles in a dancing pose (Design 1)

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as four-armed holding elephant goad and noose, depicted in a dancing pose. This pose is also known as Nritya (dancing) Ganesha...

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Hindu God Ganesha- the remover of obstacles in a dancing pose (Design 2)

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as dancing on a divine blooming lotus, his hands in different mudras...

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Hindu God Krishna lifting Govardhan mountain to protect the villagers from the wrath of God of thunder, Indra

The inhabitants of village, Vrindavan worship the god of sky and thunder, Indra, to thank him for rains. But Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu, instead asks everyone to worship mount Govardhan because the montain attracts cloud and brings rain and also offers herbs and grass. Envied by this, Indra orders clouds to rain unceasingly. Krishna lifts the Govardhan mountain and provides shelter to the villagers from the rain. Indra understands the capability of Krishna and apologizes.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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Hindu God Shiva - the God of destruction (Design 2)

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti...

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Hindu God Shiva - the God of destruction (Design 3)

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti. In the abstract form, Lord Shiva is shown and worshipped as Shiva Lingam...

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Hindu god Varuna- the God of the Oceans

Hindu god Varuna is the god of oceans. He is prominent deity in Vedas. He is also known as god of moral conduct. He is depicted as four-armed, mounted on his animal mount, Makar (crocodile), and holding noose, kalash (pot), and conch.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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Indra, the king of Devas (demi-gods), on his divine elephant - Uchchaihshravas

Indra is the king of Swarga (Heaven) and Devas (Demi-gods). He is the god of lightning, thunder and rains. He is the most reverred God in the Rigveda. Indra had slayed an Asura (demon) named Vritra, who had kept rivers imprisoned, thereby releasing the water to the dwellers of the earth.  He is depicted as riding his divine horse Uchchaihshravas...

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Kalki - the tenth and final avatar (incarnation) of the preserver God Vishnu, prophesied to appear in the present age of Kaliyuga to end the evil.

Kalki is the tenth and final avatar (incarnation) of the preserver God Vishnu, prophesied to appear in the present age of Kaliyuga. Like all other incarnation of Vishnu, Kalki will incarnate on earth to destroy the evil forces and restore equilibrium. Kalki Purana mentions the birth of Kalki in a Shambhala kingdom, born to Vishnuyasha and Sumati. The Purana says that Kalki will be mounted on a white horse, wielding his blazing sword. Parashuram, the sixth incarnation of Vishnu and one of the immortals in Hinduism, will be the teacher of Kalki. Kalki will end the age of Kali, after which the cycle of eons will restart with Sata Yuga...

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Kamdhenu - the daughter of God of creation Brahma, a sacred cow who fulfils all wishes

Kamadhenu is a divine cow goddess. She is also known as mother of all cattles. Kamadhenu is believed to be emerged during the Samudra manthan - the churning of the ocean of milk by Devas (demi-gods) and Asuras (demons). Kamadhenu was then given to the Saptarishis - the seven sages - for milk and ghee which they could use for holy yagnas. As per epic Mahabharata, Kamadhenu borns from Daksha Prajanpati when he consumed Amrit - the elixir of life. As per another story, Kamadhenu was the daughter of Sage Kashyap - one of the Saptarishis - and Krodhavas, who was the daughter of Brahma. Kamdhenu is believed to fulfil all th desires and wishes...

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Krishna - the eight incarnation of preserver God Vishnu, breaking the twin trees and liberating the two sons of Kubera - Nalakubera and Manigreeva - who were turned into trees due to a curse

Kubera - the God of wealth - had two sons Nalakubera and Manigreeva - who turned to trees due to a curse. They were foretold that they would be relieved from this curse by the mercy of Supreme god Vishnu. These trees were standing outside Krishna's house in Gokul village. During his childhood, Krishna was a mischiveous kid and due to this, his mother, Yashoda tied him to a wooden mortar. Krishna crawled along with the wooden mortar and the mortar got stuck in between the two trees, breaking the two trees and releasing the cursed demi-gods. Therefore, the curse had been revoked by Krishna - the eighth incarnation of supreme god Vishnu...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, dancing on the hoods of multi-hooded snake demon Kalia

Kaliya Nag was a venomous snake residing in river Yamuna in Vrindavan. Once, when Krishna with his cow herd boys were playing, ball fell into the Yamuna river. To fetch the ball back, Krishna jumped into the river. All the people of village gokul along with Krishna's foster parents Nanda and Yashoda came hurriedly at the river bank, weeping for Krishna. At the bottom of the river, Kaliya tied Krishna around himself. Krishna grew huge and Kaliya had to release him. Krishna regained his original size and brought Kaliya above the surface in front of the villagers, dancing on his hoods, beating him with his feet. Kaliya started vomiting his poison.Kaliya and his wives prayed Krishna for mercy. Krishna pardoned him, releasing him and ordering to leave river Yamuna. ..

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, killing the demon Vyomasura, who had kidnapped the cowherds and hidden them inside a cave.

Once in the childhood when Krishna was playing game with this cowherd friends, a demon named Vyomasura took part in the game posing as acowherd boy. One after another he took away all the boys and put them inside a cave and covered its mouth with a big stone. Krishna knew the real identity of the demon and so he caught hold of him. The demon enlarged himself to escape, but he couldn't free himseld from Krishna's clutches. Krishna threw him on the ground and finally killed the demon. After the demon was slayed, the cowherd boys were released from the cave captivity...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, killing the demoness Putana, who had come with an intention to breast-feed infant Krishna with poisonous milk

Krishna's maternal uncle Kansa, who was an evil king and had kept her parents - Vasudeva and Devaki - in the captivity, had sent the demoness Putana to kill infant Krishna. Putana transformed herself into a beautiful cowherd girl and went to Krishna's house to breastfeed him with her poisonous milk. Krishna's foster mother, Yashoda, believing Putana as a cowherd girl allowed her to breastfeed his son. Krishna, being the incarnation of God Vishnu, understood the true identity of Putana and sucked the life out of Putana. Putana screamed and ran outside the house to save herself from Krishna, but Krishna still cling on to her, transforming back to her demon form and finally died...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, killing the snake demon Aghasura.

Krishna's maternal uncle Kansa, who was an evil king and had kept her parents - Vasudeva and Devaki - in the captivity, sent the demon Aghasura to kill Krishna. He assumed the form of long snake and opened his mouth against a mountain, disguising it as a cavern. The cowherd boys entered the mouth of the snake mistaking it to be a cave. To save the cowherd boys, Krishna entered the demon and increased his size, choking the demon. Aghasura suffocated and finally his life burst out through a hole on the top of his head...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, lifting Govardhan mountain to protect the villagers from the wrath of rain God Indra

When Krishna saw villagers preparing for the annual worship of Indra - the God of thunder and rain and the king of Devas - he questioned the need for worship and debated that villagers should emphasise on their duty of farming and not to conduct sacrifices for natural phenomenon like rain. Thus Krishna teaches people the importance of doing Dharma - one's duty and rightful conduct. This made Indra furious and jealous and he ordered clouds to rain heavily on the village. Krishna lifted the Govardhan mountain on his small finger and asked all the villagers to take shelter beneath the mountain. Indra realised the true identity of Krishna as supreme God Vishnu and apologised and retreated the cloud...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, meeting the God of oceans - Varuna - to free his foster father, Nanda, who was kidnapped by Varuna.

Krishna's foster father, Nanda, observed fast on Ekadashi - the eleventh day from the full moon day and went to take bath in river Yamuna the next day before sunrise. He went, however, too early which was an inauspicious time and known as demonic time according to the astrology. The servants of Varuna - the god of oceans - took Nanda to Varuna and kept him in captivity. When Krishna came to know about it, he went to Varuna to rescue his father. As Varuna saw Krishna, he realised that he was the incarnation of supreme God Vishnu and apologised for kidnapping his father. Varuna then released Nanda from his captivity...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, playing flute

Krishna is the eigth incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. Krishna is incarnated in the Dvapar Yuga, which is one of the epochs in the Hindu four-age cycle. He was born to Vasudeva and Devaki who were kept in captive in a prison cell by Devaki's brother, Kansa, when Krishna was born. Krishna is a central character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata, and had narrated the famous Hindu sacred text, Bhagvad Gita. He is depicted as playing a divine melody by his flute...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, playing flute for Gopi (cowherd boys) and Gopikas (cowherd girls)

Krishna is the eigth incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. Krishna is incarnated in the Dvapar Yuga, which is one of the epochs in the Hindu four-age cycle. He was born to Vasudeva and Devaki who were kept in captive in a prison cell by Devaki's brother, Kansa, when Krishna was born. Krishna is a central character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata, and had narrated the famous Hindu sacred text, Bhagvad Gita. He is shown with his companion Radha, standing under a tree and playing a melody with his flute. Along with them are a cow and a peacock...

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Krishna - the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, showing his divine Vishnu form

Krishna is the eigth incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. Krishna is incarnated in the Dvapar Yuga, which is one of the epochs in the Hindu four-age cycle. He was born to Vasudeva and Devaki who were kept in captive in a prison cell by Devaki's brother, Kansa, when Krishna was born. Krishna is a central character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata, and had narrated the famous Hindu sacred text, Bhagvad Gita...

Rs. 800.00