UMA CHARAN SAHU

UMA CHARAN SAHU

UMA CHARAN SAHU
Ide lain dari UMA CHARAN
Hindu God Ganesha's Family    #Hindu #Ganesha #GaneshaFamily

Hindu God Ganesha's Family #Hindu #Ganesha #GaneshaFamily

Bal Krishna

Bal Krishna

Shiva, Parvati and Ganesha with Nandi (via Dolls of India)

Shiva, Parvati and Ganesha with Nandi (via Dolls of India)

Shiv Parvati Stuti - TemplePurohit.com  Karpoor Gauram Karunnaavataram  Sansaar Saaram Bhujgendra Haaram.  Sadaa Vasantam Hridyaarvrinde  Bhavam Bhavaani Sahitam Namaami.  Meaning: I Bow to Bhavani as well as to Lord Shiva who is white as camphor  who is compassion incarnate who is the essence of the world who wears a garland of a large snake and who always dwells in the lotus like hearts of his devotees. - http://ift.tt/1HQJd81

Shiv Parvati Stuti - TemplePurohit.com Karpoor Gauram Karunnaavataram Sansaar Saaram Bhujgendra Haaram. Sadaa Vasantam Hridyaarvrinde Bhavam Bhavaani Sahitam Namaami. Meaning: I Bow to Bhavani as well as to Lord Shiva who is white as camphor who is compassion incarnate who is the essence of the world who wears a garland of a large snake and who always dwells in the lotus like hearts of his devotees. - http://ift.tt/1HQJd81

Risultati immagini per Parvati

Risultati immagini per Parvati

Risultati immagini per Parvati

Risultati immagini per Parvati

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha-the holy family of the shaivite tradition.  Look at the symbolism embodied in this. Shiva is  is the destroyer and the restorer, Paravati the embodiment of shakti, which is the dynamic element in all creation and Ganesha who embodies the arrangement of all atoms and energies.

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha-the holy family of the shaivite tradition. Look at the symbolism embodied in this. Shiva is is the destroyer and the restorer, Paravati the embodiment of shakti, which is the dynamic element in all creation and Ganesha who embodies the arrangement of all atoms and energies.

Shiva

Shiva

HANUMAN ॐ

HANUMAN ॐ

Lord Hanuman meditating Sri Rama and Sita

Lord Hanuman meditating Sri Rama and Sita