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Vishnu on the Seshnag, the coiled serpent who represents infinity, with a frieze of the five Pandavas & Draupadi at the Dashavatara Temple at Deogarh.


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Draupadi was in love with Karna and not the Pandavas!The second purpose is that through this myth, the Pandavas also get the message that in spite of five brave husbands, they had failed their wife when she needed them the most. When Draupadi was being disrobed after she was lost in the dice-game, none of the ‘brave’ husbands could come to her rescue. It brought out the weakness amongst each one of them, and that Draupadi had a soft corner for someone who was more a man than the five of…

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Lord Rama and Stories of Epic Ramayana (Reprint on Paper - Unframed)

Lord Rama and Stories of Epic Ramayana

Durga Maa<3Divine Mother, Protectress and Infinite Love~♥~

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Sri Hamsadutta

Radha and Krishna

Sri Hamsadutta | The Hare Krishna Movement

Lord Krishna Charitra is definitive literature par superiority. It is a trimmed English version of the original book written in Bengali. Lord Krishna, who is adored by Hindus as a God, has been a huge Indian icon for over 3000 years, representing sympathy, care, and knowledge. The author has distilled out, from various sources, the human component in Lord Krishna's character and not his godliness. Chapters on Lord Krishna's birth, childhood, gopis,

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Bhagavad Gita. Krishna and Arjuna on the battlefield.Bg 7.19 — After many births and deaths, he who is actually in knowledge surrenders unto Me, knowing Me to be the cause of all causes and all that is. Such a great soul is very rare.

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Shocking Mahabharat Fact: Draupadi was in love with Karna and not the Pandavas!Krishna, then said that the fruit could be put back at its original place, only by someone who holds no secrets. Draupadi had only one option and to confess some guilt. Seeing no way out, Draupadi walked up her husband’s and confessed to them, that though she was a chaste woman and loved all the five husbands, there was someone else that she longed for.

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Hindu god Lord Shiva & Godess Shakti - Dual identity & one body - Shiva n Shakti

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Pandava Princes and Wife Draupadi Heroes of the epic Mahabharata.

Pandava Princes and Wife Draupadi