Ganga Devi - Goddess of the Ganges - first daughter of Mount Himavan - she came back to earth as a result of the austerities of Sage Bhagiratha. As she descended from the heavens she was caught by the matted locks of Lord Shiva's hair to prevent the force of her fall from destroying the earth.

Ganga Devi - Goddess of the Ganges - first daughter of Mount Himavan - she came back to earth as a result of the austerities of Sage Bhagiratha. As she descended from the heavens she was caught by the matted locks of Lord Shiva's hair to prevent the force of her fall from destroying the earth.

Sacred River Goddess Ganga. Raja Ravi Varma, 19th c. Oleolithograph

Sacred River Goddess Ganga. Raja Ravi Varma, 19th c. Oleolithograph

River Goddess Ganga (Artist: Kailash Raj)        In India, rivers are given a divine status. The river Ganga has been worshipped since ancient times. The Gangadhara legend traces the origin of the river Ganga to Heaven.

River Goddess Ganga (Artist: Kailash Raj) In India, rivers are given a divine status. The river Ganga has been worshipped since ancient times. The Gangadhara legend traces the origin of the river Ganga to Heaven.

GANGA DEVI ॐ Artist: Yogendra Rastogi. Shri Vishnu said: "If one utters “Ganga”, “Ganga”, though one is a hundred yojanas away from the Ganges, one will be freed of all sins and go to Vishnuloka."

GANGA DEVI ॐ Artist: Yogendra Rastogi. Shri Vishnu said: "If one utters “Ganga”, “Ganga”, though one is a hundred yojanas away from the Ganges, one will be freed of all sins and go to Vishnuloka."

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Goddess Ganga,Goddess Kaveri,Indian Goddess Kaveri,Free Download,Tamil God Ganga,Tamilnadu,Free Gallery,Wallpapers,Photos,Images,Stills,Vide...

Ganga Devi and Crocodile India Hindu God STATUE Murti B245

Ganga Devi and Crocodile India Hindu God STATUE Murti B245


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Akhilandeshvari — The Goddess Never-Not-Broken © wicca-spirituality.com

Akhilandeshvari — The Goddess Never-Not-Broken © wicca-spirituality.com

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Akhilandeshvari Block Print

Akhilandeshvari Block Print

Goddess never not broken.Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

Goddess never not broken.Goddess AKILANDESHVARI --’ meaning ‘Universe – Ruler – Goddess’. But the word ‘Akhilanda’ essentially means “never not broken.” This purports that Goddess Akhilandesvari is the Goddess of ‘Never Not Broken’. In other words She is the ‘the always broken Goddess. This is a double negative and it would appear that even in Her name the Goddess is broken down. She is the Goddess for times of disarray.

Akhilandeshvari: Goddess Never Not Broken by Marie Coburn

Akhilandeshvari: Goddess Never Not Broken by Marie Coburn

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