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

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, standing or lying on giant, primordial snake, Sheshanaag, floating on Ksheer Sagar (ocean of milk). He is depicted as holding chakra (disk-like weapon), mace, and conch, sitting along with his consort, Goddess Lakshmi...

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Vishnu Granthi Yantra - the sacred geometrical diagram to untie the psychic knots related to the bondage with emotional attachment - the obstacles to spiritual enlightment -

Granthi is a knot. These are the knotted areas in subtle body which blocks the flow of  prana or life energy in the body. The prana in the subtle body rises throught the central psychic channel called as Sushmana nadi. The Granthis block the energy to rise up the Sushmana nadi, thereby hindering a Yogi to move toward spiritual enlightenment and liberation. These knots keep a person entangled in the materialistic world of desire. There are three knots - Brahma Granthi, Vishnu Granthi and Rudra Granthi. Vishnu Granthi is governed by Anahata (heart) chakra and Vishuddha (throat) chakra. This granthi causes ego and desire of acquiring materialistic possession in a person. Yoga helps in untying this knots and transcending above the feeling of ego, possessiveness and selfishness. The granthis are untied with the help of various asanas (yoga poses) and pranayam. The Vishnu Granthi yantra is depicted here with a Yogi with the animal symbols related to Anahata and Vishudda Chakra - antelope and white elephant...

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Vishuddha Chakra - 5th the Energy centre or the Throat Chakra

Vishuddha  Chakra or the “Throat Chakra” is the 5th the energy center located behind the neck with focal point of activation as throat. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with sixteen petals. It is associated with communication and expression and is concerned with Neck, shoulders, hands, thyroid glands. It correlates to the Space element. Space represents sound and expanse and this Chakra is associated with how we communicate. The presiding deity is Five-headed form of shiva known as Sadashiva and the associated animal is an elephant. The sound associated with this Chakra is Ham...

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White Tara - The female Boddhisatva and bestower of longevity

Tara is a female Buddha in Buddhism. Tara is a meditation deity worshipped during meditation to understand the inner feelings of compassion. White Tara is an aspect of Tara. When Avalokiteshvara Buddha wept seeing the sufferings in the world, his tears form a lake from which a lotus bloomed out and Goddess Tara appeared from the lotus. From the tears of the left eye, Goddess White Tara was born. She associated with cure of illness and bestowing longevity.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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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...

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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...

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