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Nandi is the bull of Lord Shiva. The white colour of Nandi symbolizes purity and justice.

Nandi is the bull of Lord Shiva. The white colour of Nandi symbolizes purity and justice.

Indirani is a Hindu Goddess who represents Lord Indra’s energy. She is the consort of Lord Indra, Lord of the Heaven, Sky, and Thunder. She is seated on an elephant and she is adorned with rich ornaments and beautiful clothing, and has four hands. She has the ‘Vajra’ or thunderbolt in one hand and a flag with a pot on it. The other two hands are gestured in Abayamudra (I will protect you) and Varatha Karam (I will grant your wishes). She is one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses)

Indirani is a Hindu Goddess who represents Lord Indra’s energy. She is the consort of Lord Indra, Lord of the Heaven, Sky, and Thunder. She is seated on an elephant and she is adorned with rich ornaments and beautiful clothing, and has four hands. She has the ‘Vajra’ or thunderbolt in one hand and a flag with a pot on it. The other two hands are gestured in Abayamudra (I will protect you) and Varatha Karam (I will grant your wishes). She is one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses)

KALI PUJA:  In Bengal and Assam the day of Diwali is when people worship the goddess Kali. This festival began in the 18th century in Bengal when a local ruler, Raja Krishnachandra of Navadwipa began a yearly festival to worship Kali. The festival is celebrated on the first moonless, amavasya night of the month of Kartik.  The puja goes on all night and the image of Kali and Lord Shiva is worshipped.

KALI PUJA: In Bengal and Assam the day of Diwali is when people worship the goddess Kali. This festival began in the 18th century in Bengal when a local ruler, Raja Krishnachandra of Navadwipa began a yearly festival to worship Kali. The festival is celebrated on the first moonless, amavasya night of the month of Kartik. The puja goes on all night and the image of Kali and Lord Shiva is worshipped.

Vishnu in his incarnation as Matsya (in the form of a fish). 19th century

Vishnu in his incarnation as Matsya (in the form of a fish).

Lord Rama's Abayahahastha at Vibeeshna on joining his side...

SAMPURNA RAMAYANA IN PICTURES - Compiled by London SwaminathanResearch Article Dated 28 May at London time With the publication of Yuddha Kanda pictures today, we complete the greatest epic Ramayana in.

NAAG PANCHAMI :11th August-   This festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. During the rains the snakes come out and as there is the fear of snake bite, they are worshipped by people. In Hindu mythology the family of snakes or nagas plays an important role. For example the Sheshnaag shelters Lord Vishnu under its seven hoods and Lord Shiva always wears a snake around his neck like a necklace. On this day snakes are fed milk and rice.

NAAG PANCHAMI :11th August- This festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the shukla paksha of the month of Shravan. During the rains the snakes come out and as there is the fear of snake bite, they are worshipped by people. In Hindu mythology the family of snakes or nagas plays an important role. For example the Sheshnaag shelters Lord Vishnu under its seven hoods and Lord Shiva always wears a snake around his neck like a necklace. On this day snakes are fed milk and rice.

Nandi is the bull of Lord Shiva. The white colour of Nandi symbolizes purity and justice.

Nandi is the bull of Lord Shiva. The white colour of Nandi symbolizes purity and justice.

SRI DATTA JAYANTI: 16th DECEMBER, 2013- On this day people worship the saint Dattatreya who is considered to be an avatar encompassing the trinity of the Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dattatreya was the son of the sage Rishi Atri and became a wandering ascetic and a great teacher in the Maharashtra-Karnataka region where he is worshipped.

SRI DATTA JAYANTI: 16th DECEMBER, 2013- On this day people worship the saint Dattatreya who is considered to be an avatar encompassing the trinity of the Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dattatreya was the son of the sage Rishi Atri and became a wandering ascetic and a great teacher in the Maharashtra-Karnataka region where he is worshipped.

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