harekrishna108:

SHRI VAMANA DEVA

Lord Vamana said:
“One should be satisfied with whatever he achieves by his previous destiny, for discontent can never bring happiness. A person who is not self-controlled will not be happy even with possessing the three worlds.”~Srimad Bhagavatam 8.19.24

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Timestamp: 1393998756

harekrishna108:

SHRI VAMANA DEVA

Lord Vamana said:
“One should be satisfied with whatever he achieves by his previous destiny, for discontent can never bring happiness. A person who is not self-controlled will not be happy even with possessing the three worlds.”~Srimad Bhagavatam 8.19.24

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magictransistor:

Raja Ravi Varma. Oleograph. 1940s. 

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Timestamp: 1393844966

magictransistor:

Raja Ravi Varma. Oleograph. 1940s. 

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Hanuman on steroids

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Timestamp: 1393531275

Hanuman on steroids

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magictransistor:

Bangaru Kamakshi

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Kali

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geometryofdopeness:

Kali,

Wood Block Print, hand colored.

19th c, Calcuta

Timestamp: 1393272656

geometryofdopeness:

Kali,

Wood Block Print, hand colored.

19th c, Calcuta

A man dressed as Hindu monkey god Hanuman walks inside the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, on September 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Niranjan shrestha)

(Source: The Atlantic)

Timestamp: 1392678040
A man dressed as Hindu monkey god Hanuman walks inside the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, on September 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Niranjan shrestha)

(Source: The Atlantic)

organicbody:

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surya-vesper:

Hayagriva, also spelt Hayagreeva; (Sanskrit: हयग्रीव, IAST: hayagrīva) is a horse-headed avatar of the god Vishnu in Hinduism. In Sanskrit, Hayagrīva means haya=Horse, grīva=Neck.

In Hinduism, Hayagriva is also considered an avatar of Vishnu. He is worshiped as the God of knowledge and wisdom, with a human body and a horse’s head, brilliant white in color, with white garments and seated on a white lotus. Symbolically, the story represents the triumph of pure knowledge, guided by the hand of God, over the demonic forces of passion and darkness.

Hayagriva is a very important deity in the Vaishnava tradition. His blessings are sought when beginning study of both sacred and secular subjects. Special worship is conducted on the day of the full moon in August (Śravaṇa-Paurṇamī) (his avatāra-dina) and on Mahanavami, the ninth day of the Navaratri festival. He is also hailed as “Hayasirsa”. Hayaśirṣa means haya=Horse, śirṣa=Head.

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Timestamp: 1390623675

surya-vesper:

Hayagriva, also spelt Hayagreeva; (Sanskrit: हयग्रीव, IAST: hayagrīva) is a horse-headed avatar of the god Vishnu in Hinduism. In Sanskrit, Hayagrīva means haya=Horse, grīva=Neck.

In Hinduism, Hayagriva is also considered an avatar of Vishnu. He is worshiped as the God of knowledge and wisdom, with a human body and a horse’s head, brilliant white in color, with white garments and seated on a white lotus. Symbolically, the story represents the triumph of pure knowledge, guided by the hand of God, over the demonic forces of passion and darkness.

Hayagriva is a very important deity in the Vaishnava tradition. His blessings are sought when beginning study of both sacred and secular subjects. Special worship is conducted on the day of the full moon in August (Śravaṇa-Paurṇamī) (his avatāra-dina) and on Mahanavami, the ninth day of the Navaratri festival. He is also hailed as “Hayasirsa”. Hayaśirṣa means haya=Horse, śirṣa=Head.

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Krshna

durhailay:

its the heart that’s afraid of breaking that never learns to dance. Its the dream that’s afraid of waking, that never takes a chance. The soul afraid of dying, that never learns to live. When the night has been too lonely and the road been too long, and you think that love is only for the lucky and strong. Just remember in the winter far beneath the bitter snow, lies the seed that with the suns love, in the spring becomes the rose!

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Timestamp: 1386506286

durhailay:

its the heart that’s afraid of breaking that never learns to dance. Its the dream that’s afraid of waking, that never takes a chance. The soul afraid of dying, that never learns to live. When the night has been too lonely and the road been too long, and you think that love is only for the lucky and strong. Just remember in the winter far beneath the bitter snow, lies the seed that with the suns love, in the spring becomes the rose!

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koshuny:

Кощуны. bagground for concert

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Timestamp: 1384814194

koshuny:

Кощуны. bagground for concert

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