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Devi Tantra

Devi Tantra

Nrtyadevi Goddess of Dance Nepal Kathmanda Valley Malla Period Mid 15th century CE Newar Culture Wood and Polychrome

Nrtyadevi Goddess of Dance Nepal Kathmanda Valley Malla Period Mid 15th century CE Newar Culture Wood and Polychrome

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Mi meditación de ayer...

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A los piés de Devi...

A los piés de Devi...

Akilandeswari is one of the main forms of the Hindu goddess, Parvati. The famous abode of Akilandeswari is the temple of Thiruvanaikoil. Other important forms of Parvati are Meenakshi of Madurai, Kamakshi of Kanchipuram and Vishalakshi of Varanasi.  The deity's name means: Supreme Goddess ("Eswari") - who rules ("Aand") - the Universe ("Akilam"). Hence, Akilandeswari.  She is sometimes depicted riding on the back of a crocodile.

Akilandeswari is one of the main forms of the Hindu goddess, Parvati. The famous abode of Akilandeswari is the temple of Thiruvanaikoil. Other important forms of Parvati are Meenakshi of Madurai, Kamakshi of Kanchipuram and Vishalakshi of Varanasi. The deity's name means: Supreme Goddess ("Eswari") - who rules ("Aand") - the Universe ("Akilam"). Hence, Akilandeswari. She is sometimes depicted riding on the back of a crocodile.

Srî Alpona 2

Srî Alpona 2

Srî Alpona 1

Srî Alpona 1