Lovingly arranged as a mandala, below Sri Ganesha: Vishnu (Krishna, center), Shakti (Goddesses), Shiva; flanked by Manjushri & Avalokiteśvara/Chenrezig. Shiva/Shakti as one stand in the front with two Saraswatis playing veena. Wow.

~ Lovingly arranged as a mandala, below Sri Ganesha: Vishnu (Krishna, center), Shakti (Goddesses), Shiva; flanked by Manjushri & Avalokiteśvara/Chenrezig. Shiva/Shakti as one stand in the front with two Saraswatis playing veena.

Viswaroopam-Maha Vishnu

Dashavatara refers to the ten avatars of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation. Vishnu is said to descend in form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. The order of the Dashavataras has been interpreted to be reflective of Darwinian evolution.

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