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Kaliya (IAST:Kāliya, Devanagari: कालिय), in Hindu mythology, was the name of a poisonous Naga living in the Yamuna River, in Vrindavan. The water of the Yamuna for four leagues all around him boiled and bubbled with poison. No bird or beast could go near, and only one solitary Kadamba tree grew on the river bank.

Kaliya (IAST:Kāliya, Devanagari: कालिय), in Hindu mythology, was the name of a poisonous Naga living in the Yamuna River, in Vrindavan. The water of the Yamuna for four leagues all around him boiled and bubbled with poison. No bird or beast could go near, and only one solitary Kadamba tree grew on the river bank.

Style: Mughal; Type: Manuscript Illustrations; Title: 'Krishna dancing on the head of Kaliya', north India, 1590-1595

Style: Mughal; Type: Manuscript Illustrations; Title: 'Krishna dancing on the head of Kaliya', north India, 1590-1595

Krishna sitting in a tree. Ivory plaque from Tamil Nadu,16th cent,AD

Krishna sitting in a tree. Ivory plaque from Tamil Nadu,16th cent,AD

Miniature painting depicting Krishna (One of the many Indian Gods)

Miniature painting depicting Krishna (One of the many Indian Gods)

Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Naga - an ancient race of semi divine serpent creatures beings first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore from at least 5000 B.C. They are extremely gifted shape-shifter, able to assume any shape they desire.

Demons Fighting Over an Animal Limb, late 17th century. India. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Doris Rubin, in memory of Harry Rubin, 1989 (1989.236.3) | In this painting, set in a fantastic landscape with rocks, trees and a cityscape in the distance, two fearsome demons are seen quarreling over the leg of an animal.

Demons Fighting Over an Animal Limb, late 17th century. India. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Doris Rubin, in memory of Harry Rubin, 1989 (1989.236.3) | In this painting, set in a fantastic landscape with rocks, trees and a cityscape in the distance, two fearsome demons are seen quarreling over the leg of an animal.

kalinga mardhana krishna

kalinga mardhana krishna

Rama and Lakshmana Confer with Sugriv, Hanuman and Others

Rama and Lakshmana Confer with Sugriv, Hanuman and Others

This painting is by a very talented person Swapna Augustine from Pothanicad, Kerala. She was born without arms but she paints by using her toes. If you like it then please forward to the maximum number of people who can also have a look

This painting is by a very talented person Swapna Augustine from Pothanicad, Kerala. She was born without arms but she paints by using her toes. If you like it then please forward to the maximum number of people who can also have a look

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