Shiva Shakti power #Mythology, #India, #Hinduism, #Hindu

What another beautiful image of me joining in marriage with Shiva. We are the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. Shiva and Parvati. Lift and Dark. Control and Impulse. We balance each other in unity.

lord shiva.... how contemporary ... sooo sensous

Celebrated to check the day on which Lord Shiva wedded Goddess Parvati, Maha Shivaratri actually converts into the Great Night of Shiva.

Indian Chola statue bronze (10-12th century).

Beautiful bronze - Chola Bronze Statue of Parvati the female manifestation of Shiva (god is neither male nor female)

This illustrates the story from the Mahabharata where Draupadi, the wife of the Pandava brothers, prays to Lord Krishna for help and is saved by His making the cloth of her sari endless so she can not be humiliated.

This illustrates the story from the Mahabharata where Draupadi, this wife of the Pandava brothers, prays to Lord Krishna for help and is saved by His making the cloth of her sari endless so she can not be humiliated. Myths and Legends

Airavat. Indra's multi-trunked elephant from Hindu mythology, at Juna Mahal, Dungarpur. Source: Meena Kadri

Indian Street Graphics photographed by Meena Kadri. Airavat, Indra's multi-trunked elephant from Hindu mythology, at Juna Mahal, Dungarpur.

Lord Shiva on Nandi

Hare Krsna everyone. This is a bit different from all other Krsna art I have in my album. I was somehow or other inspired for a super-cool action pic. Anime sketch: Lord Shiva and Nandi

Absolutely stunning illustrations of Hindu Gods and Goddesses - wish I knew who the artist was! {Arjun - The Warrior Prince}

Illustrations of Indian gods

Indra: King of Gods by molee on DeviantArt

Indra- Hindu myth: the leader if the gods, lord of heaven, and god of rain and thunder storms. He wields a thunderbolt named vajra and rides a white elephant.

In the Mahabharata a group of brothers, known as the Pandava brothers, are pitted against their rival cousins, the Kauravas, who divest the eldest Pandava brother of his kingdom and his wife in a fixed gambling match. Forced into exile for 13 years during which time, the brothers prepare for war with their cousins. The Pandavas prevail in an 18-day battle that causes great loss of life on both sides.

The road ahead for Sai devotees - Inspiration from the Mahabharata

Pinterest
Search