Vishnu swoops down from heaven on an eagle named Garuda, who has four arms in this image, two of which hold vessels that probably contain the nectar of immortality.

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Garuda returning with the vase of Amrita

wheredidmyfuturego: Garuda returning with the vase of Amrita

Vishnu and Lakshmi riding on the Garuda - Painting in LACMA from Rajasthan, Bundi, c.1730

God Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi riding on Vishnu's Vahana Garuda – Painting from Rajasthan, Bundi, c. 1730 (in Los Angeles County Museum of Art )

Wingless statue of Garuda or Karura in Kofukuji Temple, Nara, Japan, 8th century

迦楼羅 (Karura) The Karura is a divine creature with human torso and birdlike head. It is said to be enormous and fire-breathing, feeding on dragons and serpents. Conventionally, it is depicted as a winged being with human torso and avian head.

Balinese wooden statue of Vishnu riding Garuda, Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum, Jakarta

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Garuda 18m tall statue in Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Bali.

Garuda tall statue in Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Bali.

Garuda according to Ida Made Tlaga, a 19th-century Balinese artist

Garuda - according to Ida Made Tlaga, a century Balinese artist

The statues of Krut battling naga serpent, a Thai Buddhist adaptation of Garuda in Wat Phra Kaeo temple, Bangkok

A row of golden Garudas fighting with Nagas (snakes) in the bot of the Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok.

Garuda as national symbol of Thailand

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