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Colossal figure of Nandi, Siva's bull, Chamundi Hill, Mysore, A. Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, Stone Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Indian Architecture, Temple Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Vintage India, Ancient Mysteries

Mysore Historical Photos | Part I | Reckon Talk

Mysore officially renamed as Mysuru, is the third largest city in terms of population in the state of Karnataka, India, which served as the capital city of Mysore Princely Kingdom (Kingdom of Mysore)

Ganesha The Elephant Headed God of Wisdom Ganesh Lord, Shri Ganesh, Ganesha Art, Bali, Shiva, Statues, Ganesh Wallpaper, Ganesh Statue, Indonesian Art

Ganesha The Elephant Headed God of Wisdom

Ganesha The Elephant Headed God of Wisdom

Thuruvatchi

Thuruvatchi

This particular vahana represents the simham or lion, the chosen vehicle of the Great Goddess in her many manifestations.Small wings and luxuriant vines fan out from the lion’s muscled shoulders, indicating his celestial nature. The lion is bedecked in ceremonial finery.#TamilNadu, #Thanjavur district, #18thcentury Animal Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Hindu Statues, Stone Lion, Fu Dog, Wooden Door Design, Tanjore Painting, New Museum, How To Antique Wood

Jaya He GVK New Museum

This particular vahana represents the simham or lion, the chosen vehicle of the Great Goddess in her many manifestations.Small wings and luxuriant vines fan out from the lion’s muscled shoulders, indicating his celestial nature. The lion is bedecked in ceremonial finery.#TamilNadu, #Thanjavur district, #18thcentury

Elément d'échiffre, dragon-makara Vietnam, Thap Mam, province de Binh Dinh, Style de Thap Mam, fin du XIIe siecle-début du XIIIe siecle Gres Indian Symbols, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Hindu Art, Burmese, Antiquities, Antique Art, Asian Art, Dragons

Elément d'échiffre, dragon-makara Vietnam, Thap Mam, province de Binh Dinh, Style de Thap Mam, fin du XIIe siecle-début du XIIIe siecle Gres

 Lent by Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang, Vietnam. Photo: Thierry Ollivier on Apollo Magazine Asian Sculptures, Ganesha Art, Shri Ganesh, Hindu Deities, Stone Sculpture, Hindu Art, Da Nang, West Africa, Shiva

Review: Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture at the Met | Apollo Magazine

‘Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, will be difficult to top, says Louise Nicholson