Kali

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Shiva and Parvati, Raja Ravi Varma

Art of the Earth, show of oleographs of the works of the artist, painter, Raja Ravi Varma This looks a lot like Lord Siva and Parvati.

raja ravi varma paintings

25 Best Raja Ravi Varma Paintings - 18th Century Indian Traditional Paintings

- Hamsa Damayanthi (oil painting on canvas) - Princess Damayanthi talking with Royal Swan about Nalan. Oil painting on canvas by Raja Ravi Varma dated 1899 - Sri Chitra Art Gallery, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

HiNDU GOD: Lord kartikeya

The cult of pan-Indian deity Skanda or Murugan down the ages in India and worldwide by Patrick Harrigan.

Mahavidya Chinnamasta

Mahavidya Chinnamasta one of the Mahavidyas, ten Tantric goddesses and a ferocious aspect of Devi, the Hindu Divine Mother

Balaskandha, 1920–30 - Calendar print from Ravi varma press. India. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Balaskandha child Skanda Lord Murugan from Wikipedia free encyclopedia

Hindu Cosmos

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Shiva, Parvati. and Ganesh. Date: 1900–20. Medium: Lithograph with varnish

Shri Kenarnathji Date: Culture: India Medium: Lithograph with varnish Dimensions: Image: 13 × 9 in. × cm) Sheet: 13 × 10 in. × cm) Classification: Prints Credit Line: Purchase, Gift of Mrs. Calhoun, by exchange, 2013 Accession Number:

Shiva, Parvati. and Ganesh. Date: 1900–20. Medium: Lithograph with varnish

Shri Kenarnathji Date: Culture: India Medium: Lithograph with varnish Dimensions: Image: 13 × 9 in. × cm) Sheet: 13 × 10 in. × cm) Classification: Prints Credit Line: Purchase, Gift of Mrs. Calhoun, by exchange, 2013 Accession Number:

Shiva (in both male and female forms: Ardhanarishvara) carries his baby son Ganesha. Shiva's mount, the bull Nandi, looks on ...

Son, Baby Ganesha in the Lap of Ardhanarishvara (Shiva & Parvati combined), their mounts the bull and the tiger look on.

Scenes from Mahabharata - The great Indian Epic (Reprint on Paper - Unframed)

Scenes from Mahabharata - The great Indian Epic

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