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Sheshanag- the primordial divine snake

Sheshanaag is the king of all snakes. He existed since the time of creation of Universe. It is believed that Sheshanag supports the entire universe on his multi-hoods and sings glory of Hindu God Vishnu from all his mouths. He is also known as Adishesha - the first Shesha - and Ananta Shesha - endless Shesha. It is believed that when Shesa uncoils, creation begins and when he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. Shesha is a servant of Vishnu and has incarnated along with Vishnu as Lakshman - younger brother of Ram, and Balaram - elder brother of Krishna. He is depicted as six-headed and six-armed god, with lower body of snake and holding chakra (disk like weapon), rosary, vedas, and Gada (mace)...

Rs. 800.00

Sheshanag- the primordial divine snake in Ksheer Sagar (ocean of milk)

Sheshanaag is the king of all snakes. He existed since the time of creation of Universe. It is believed that Sheshanag supports the entire universe on his multi-hoods and sings glory of Hindu God Vishnu from all his mouths. He is also known as Adishesha - the first Shesha - and Ananta Shesha - endless Shesha. It is believed that when Shesa uncoils, creation begins and when he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. Shesha is a servant of Vishnu and has incarnated along with Vishnu as Lakshman - younger brother of Ram, and Balaram - elder brother of Krishna. He is depicted as six-headed and six-armed god, with lower body of snake and holding chakra (disk like weapon), rosary, vedas, and Gada (mace)...

Rs. 800.00

Shiva, also known as Adi Yogi or First Yogi, in meditation

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...

Rs. 800.00

Shiva, also known as Adi Yogi or First Yogi, meditating in forest (Design 1)

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...

Rs. 800.00

Shiva, also known as Adi Yogi or First Yogi, meditating in forest (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...

Rs. 800.00

Shiva, also known as Adi Yogi or First Yogi, meditating in forest.

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. Shiva is called Adi Yogi because he is believed to be the originator of Yoga. He is depicted as meditating in the forest with his trishul (trident) and damru (two-headed drum), sitting on tiger skin...

Rs. 800.00

Shukadeva - the son of Ved Vyasa and narrator of Bhagvata Purana

Shukadeva is the sone of Great Sage Ved Vyasa. Ved Vyasa had compiled the vedas into four types - Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samveda, Atharvaveda. Ved Vyasa was also the author of great Indian epic, the Mahabharata. Shukadeva is the main narrator of the Bhagvat Purana. He narrated Bhagvat Puran to King Parikshit, who was the son of Abhimanyu and grandson of Pandava Arjuna. Shuka was trained by and studied under King Janaka - the father of Goddess Sita, Brihaspati - the Guru of Devas, and his own father. He has renounced the worldly pleasure in search for Self-realization and lead a life of a ascetic.Shukadeva is the sone of Great Sage Ved Vyasa. Ved Vyasa had compiled the vedas into four types - Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samveda, Atharvaveda. Ved Vyasa was also the author of great Indian epic, the Mahabharata. Shukadeva is the main narrator of the Bhagvat Purana. He narrated Bhagvat Puran to King Parikshit, who was the son of Abhimanyu and grandson of Pandava Arjuna. Shuka was trained by and studied under King Janaka - the father of Goddess Sita, Brihaspati - the Guru of Devas, and his own father. He has renounced the worldly pleasure in search for Self-realization and lead a life of a ascetic...

Rs. 800.00

Varaha Avatar - the boar incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu, the preserver

Vishnu is the God of preservation or sustainer. He is one of the Hindu male trinity gods - Trimurti, the other two being Brahma and Shiva. He is believed to take various avatars or incarnations whenever the world is threatened with evil forces to preserve or protect the world. He has incarnated into ten avatars - Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parashurama, Ram, Krishna, Balarama, Kalki. Once an asura (demon) named Hiranyaksha tormented the earth and abducted her inside an ocean in Patal Loka. Like all the incarnations, Vishnu incarnated to rescue the world from the crisis and incarnated as a Varaha or boar. He plunged into the waters and retrieved the Earth by lifting her on his tusks. Varaha is depicted as half-human half-boar, four-armed, holding Chakra (disk like weapon), Gada (mace), lotus, and Shankha (conch)...

Rs. 800.00

Vasudeva carrying Krishna across Yamuna River

Vasudeva, the father of Krishna - the eigth incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu - secretly carries new born Krishna from the captivity in Mathura in which Krishna's parents Vasudeva and Devaki were imprisoned by his uncle Kamsa.  Vasudeva crosses the river Yamuna and Vishnu's servant - Shesha, the primordial snake - sheltering infant Krishna from the rains. After crossing Yamuna, Vasudeva reaches Gokul village and exchanges Krishna with the baby girl of Nanda and Yashoda, who were the heads of he cowherds...

Rs. 800.00

Vishnu - the preserver Hindu God in Ksheer Sagar (ocean of milk), sitting on primordial divine snake Sheshanag

Vishnu is the God of preservation or sustainer. He is one of the Hindu male trinity gods - Trimurti, the other two being Brahma and Shiva. He is believed to take various avatars or incarnations whenever the world is threatened with evil forces to preserve or protect the world. He has incarnated into ten avatars - Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parashurama, Ram, Krishna, Balarama, Kalki. The last avatar Kalki is a futuristic avatar who is believed to be incarnated in the present age of Kaliyuga. Vishnu is commonly depicted as Four-armed, having blue complexion, sitting on a giant, primordial snake, Sheshanaag, floating on Ksheer Sagar (ocean of milk). He is depicted as four-armed, holding chakra (disk-like weapon), Gada (mace), and Shankha (conch)...

Rs. 800.00

Yashoda asks Krishna - the eight incarnation of preserver God Vishnu - to open his mouth and show if he has eaten soil. Krishna opens his mouth and display the entire universe inside his mouth.

Once during childhood Krishna's cowherd friends complained to his mother that Krishna was eating dirt. Mother Yashoda asked scolded Krishna to which he replied that he hasn't eaten dirt. Yashoda didn't believe him and asked him sternly to open his mouth. As Krishna opened his mouth, Yashoda saw entire universe inside his mouth - planets, stars, Lokas. Yashoda understood that his son was the supreme Godhead; all the living and non-living objects in this world are a part of the supreme God. Krishna later erased this incident from Yashoda's mind so that Yashoda could treat him again like his son...

Rs. 800.00

Yashoda, the foster mother of Krishna, playing with infant Krishna

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. Just after Krishna was born, Vasudeva took him from the prison to the nearby village of Gokul to the Nanda's house to save him from his evil maternal uncle Kansa and exchanged him with Yashoda's daughter. Yasodha was unaware that she gave birth to a daughter and thought that she gave birth to a son - krishna. Thus Krishna was brought up by Yashoda as her own son...

Rs. 800.00