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Odissi illustration by Güngur Arts  #indian

Odissi illustration by Güngur Arts #indian

Adiyogi #shiva #supreme #divine

Adiyogi #shiva #supreme #divine

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts

TACHUELAS DIY & CO: Customiza tu ropa DIY con EXOTIC JEANS de Desigual

TACHUELAS DIY & CO: Customiza tu ropa DIY con EXOTIC JEANS de Desigual

Illustrations of Indian Gods

Illustrations of Indian Gods

"Many images of Kali show her with a long tongue, caught in the act of licking the blood of warriors. In these images, she often appears as a hag, emaciated, ugly, with fangs, and with blood dripping from her tongue. But as human consciousness evolved over the centuries, so, it seems, did the image of Kali. Her body became beautiful, as it is in most modern representations." -"Awakening Shakti"

"Many images of Kali show her with a long tongue, caught in the act of licking the blood of warriors. In these images, she often appears as a hag, emaciated, ugly, with fangs, and with blood dripping from her tongue. But as human consciousness evolved over the centuries, so, it seems, did the image of Kali. Her body became beautiful, as it is in most modern representations." -"Awakening Shakti"

WorldViews is a free digital curriculum and video series that will teach you and your children about the five primary religious views held by the nearly 7,000 people groups around the world who still don’t have a strong church planting or evangelical movement in their midst (the THUMB groups: Tribals, Hindus, the Unchurched, Muslims and Buddhists.• Christian homeschool curriculum • Worldview unit study • world religions

WorldViews is a free digital curriculum and video series that will teach you and your children about the five primary religious views held by the nearly 7,000 people groups around the world who still don’t have a strong church planting or evangelical movement in their midst (the THUMB groups: Tribals, Hindus, the Unchurched, Muslims and Buddhists.• Christian homeschool curriculum • Worldview unit study • world religions

The symbol known as the Sri Yantra is an ancient Hindu symbol comprised of nine triangles that are interlaced in such a way as to form 43 smaller triangles in a web said to be symbolic of the entire cosmos. The 64 tetrahedron grid is also the foundational seed geometry of the fabric of the vacuum according to Nassim Haramein's Unified Field Theory. Everything is connected by the structure of space.

The symbol known as the Sri Yantra is an ancient Hindu symbol comprised of nine triangles that are interlaced in such a way as to form 43 smaller triangles in a web said to be symbolic of the entire cosmos. The 64 tetrahedron grid is also the foundational seed geometry of the fabric of the vacuum according to Nassim Haramein's Unified Field Theory. Everything is connected by the structure of space.

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ELI5: Hinduism Infographic

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The Forgotten Library : Photo

The Forgotten Library : Photo

pepup street, radha krishna, India, contemporary art, pep up street

pepup street, radha krishna, India, contemporary art, pep up street

At 22,000 feet Mount Kailash is one of the world's most venerated, but also least visited sacred sites. The few thousand pilgrims each year who do make the trek include Hindus, who believe Kailash to be the home of Shiva.

The world's most sacred sites

At 22,000 feet Mount Kailash is one of the world's most venerated, but also least visited sacred sites. The few thousand pilgrims each year who do make the trek include Hindus, who believe Kailash to be the home of Shiva.

Indian woman worships in the Ganges River at Varanasi, a sacred site for Hindus

Indian woman worships in the Ganges River at Varanasi, a sacred site for Hindus

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Beautiful wall drawing ❤️ More

Sacred Indian cows - Cows in India are not worshipped, Cows are honoured in gratitude for their generosity, value, and gentleness. They provide people in India with milk, yoghurt, paneer, ghee etc..and taking nothing but water, grass and grain. Hindus view the cow as a maternal figure, who contributes unconditionally and in so many ways to the daily sustenance of humanity. As non violence and non killing are the highest code of ethics for Hindus, 87% of India are vegetarians.

Sacred Indian cows - Cows in India are not worshipped, Cows are honoured in gratitude for their generosity, value, and gentleness. They provide people in India with milk, yoghurt, paneer, ghee etc..and taking nothing but water, grass and grain. Hindus view the cow as a maternal figure, who contributes unconditionally and in so many ways to the daily sustenance of humanity. As non violence and non killing are the highest code of ethics for Hindus, 87% of India are vegetarians.

Sita Hindu goddess of devotion and surrender.  The Goddess Returns | Integral Life

Sita Hindu goddess of devotion and surrender. The Goddess Returns | Integral Life

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