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Shiva Yogesvara  Punjab Hills or Kashmir, circa 1860  Opaque watercolour and gold on paper

Shiva Yogesvara Punjab Hills or Kashmir, circa 1860 Opaque watercolour and gold on paper

Shiva Yogesvara Punjab Hills or Kashmir, circa 1860 Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (via Prahlad Bubbar)

Shiva Yogesvara Punjab Hills or Kashmir, circa 1860 Opaque watercolour and gold on paper (via Prahlad Bubbar)

Lakshmi is the mother goddess, and the consort of Vishnu. She is the patron of wealth (both material and spiritual), prosperity, good fortune and is the embodiment of beauty and grace. In this form, she is bestowing gold coins of prosperity and the elephants flanking her represent her royal power.

Lakshmi is the mother goddess, and the consort of Vishnu. She is the patron of wealth. Prosperity, good fortune and is the embodiment of beauty and grace. In this form, she is bestowing gold coins and the elephants responding to her represent.

Ardhanarishvara (the combined form of Shiva and Parvati) and the Descent of the Ganges c. 1820 Probably made in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Ardhanarishvara (the combined form of Shiva and Parvati) and the Descent of the Ganges c. 1820 Probably made in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Hindu Cosmos : Photo

Hindu Cosmos : Photo

Gods Praying Shiva for their Protection from Asuras  Miniature Painting on Paper, Kangra School  Artist: Kailash Raj (via Exotic India)

Gods Praying Shiva for their Protection from Asuras Miniature Painting on Paper, Kangra School Artist: Kailash Raj (via Exotic India)

Simply beautiful Shiv

Simply beautiful Shiv

Om Namah Shivaya, Lord Shiva, Hinduism, Deities, Namaste, Kitsch, Goddesses, Religion, Spiritual

Shiva Bearing the Descent of the Ganges River, folio from a Hindi manuscript by the saint Narayan | LACMA Collections

Shiva bearing the descent of the Ganges River as Parvati and Bhagiratha and the bull Nandi look, folio from a Hindi manuscript by the Narayan, circa 1740

Shiva bearing the descent of the Ganges River as Parvati and Bhagiratha and the bull Nandi look, folio from a Hindi manuscript by the saint Narayan, circa 1740

Very glad for the detailed Bhagiratha article in Wikipedia with the story of the descent of Ganga to earth.

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