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The Practice of Yoga, folio 5, from Sidh Siddhant Padhati, 1824 CE, attributed to the 'Muslim Artist' aka Bulaki. Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.  "A Nath Yogi Practicing Yoga (Pranayama)". Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur was an ardent devotee of the Nath sect. During his reign, exquisite paintings of Naths were produced. Master Artists worked hard for the Maharaja, who was mad in devotion to his Guru Jalladharnathji.

The Practice of Yoga, folio 5, from Sidh Siddhant Padhati, 1824 CE, attributed to the 'Muslim Artist' aka Bulaki. Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. "A Nath Yogi Practicing Yoga (Pranayama)". Maharaja Man Singh of Jodhpur was an ardent devotee of the Nath sect. During his reign, exquisite paintings of Naths were produced. Master Artists worked hard for the Maharaja, who was mad in devotion to his Guru Jalladharnathji.

'Sindhuri Ragini' - girls swimming. Painted on Paper.       Pahari School,      Guler Style.  Date      1790 (circa).        Painted in: Panjab Hills.        Found/Acquired: Garhwal.

'Sindhuri Ragini' painted on paper Panjab Hills by Pahari School in Guler style ca.

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Katherine Virgils, Yogi Medium No.

The Luminescent

The Luminescent

A detail from the murals in the private meditation chapel of the Lukhang Temple, in Lhasa, Tibet. They were painted c.1700 for the fifth Dalai Lama.

Take me to the cosmic vagina: inside Tibet's secret tantric temple

Lukhang temple is the Buddhist Sistine Chapel, full of stunning murals of body-hopping yogis and the vagina that gave birth to the world. It’s meant for the Dalai Lama’s eyes only – so how did a US photographer share its secrets?

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Shiva Bearing the Descent of the Ganges River, folio from a Hindi manuscript by the saint Narayan

Ram Singh II, Maharaja of Jaipur

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Maharaja Ram Singh II of Jaipur (r. at Worship

The Luminescent

The Luminescent

The 7 Saptarishi or sages with semi-immortal status in indian Mythology.

Sapta-Rishis (The Great Seven Seers), Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist: Kailash Raj

Gauda Malhara Ragini, Bundi, c. 1670. Opaque pigments with gold on paper, within a broad red frame. Photo courtesy Francesca Galloway.

Gauda Malhara Ragini or Bangala ? Bundi, c. Opaque pigments with gold on paper, courtesy Francesca Galloway.

Buddha Wall Art Buddha Painting Yoga Print by FineArtCenter

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Buddha SET - Buddha Watercolor Art, Om Symbol and Lotus Flower Watercolor Poster, Yoga Art Poster

8 Things You Should Know About Tibetan Prayer Flags Before Hanging Them Up

8 Things You Should Know About Tibetan Prayer Flags Before Hanging Them Up

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