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Rajput Princess

Rajput Princess - Reprints of Miniature Paintings (Reprint on Paper - Unframed)

Mermaid Folk Fairy Art Goddess Sea Fish Ethnic India Devi Music Fantasy Woman Girl Painting - Aanandinii and the Fishes - Art Print 9.5x13. $16.00, via Etsy.

Mermaid Folk Fairy Art Goddess Sea Fish Ethnic India Devi Music Fantasy Woman Girl Painting - Aanandinii and the Fishes - Art Print

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto). The Kota Master. India, active in the early 18th C.

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto) ca. Krishna Fluting (verso) The Kota Master (Indian, active in the early century) - Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

Hare Krishna…

The Vedas describe Krishna in this way- He appears as a handsome youth with a glowing complexion the color of rain clouds. He plays a flute, attracting the hearts of all. His smile is enchanting, and.

Lord Krishna Goddess Radha

The first time I have ever seen Radha play the flute? The ultimate lovers.

Shakti, meaning "sacred force" or "empowerment," is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism. Shakti is the concept, or personification, of divine feminine creative power. Shakti is cosmic existence as well as liberation, its most significant form being the Kundalini Shakti, a mysterious psychospiritual force. Shakti exists in a state of svātantrya, being interdependent with the entire universe.

Shakti, meaning "sacred force" or "empowerment," is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism.

krishna painting

Krishna painting: a foreigner painted the gods on Om Parkash's wall in Mehrauli

Shiva. :)

Mahashivaratri also known as the festival of Shiva which is celebrated by mostly hindu's on Shiva's birthday. March is the date of the holiday.

Radha Krishna in the Garden of Love

Krishna attends to his beloved Radha’s toilette on the fragrant banks of the river Kalindi! How fortunate to be a lotus or a blade of grass or a stone in the water or a leaf or a bird or a small fish.

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