This pendant is a must-have if you are fond of Ganesha. The most widely loved and revered of the entire Hindu pantheon, His unmistakable silhouette has been captured in this perfectly smithed glimmering gold pendant.
ave you ever wondered about the heavenly beauty of lord Krishna and the divine grace and extreme love of the cosmic couple Krishna and Radha? Well, if you are confused, we have an answer to your thoughts.
The signature element of Vajrasattva's iconography is the pristine silvery skin. It represents this tantric deity's essential qualities of purity and newness, and the ability of the mind to transcend the space-time continuum.
Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India, home to no less than 2,000 temples of Hindu culture and tradition. The ghats and mandirs in this city provide ample opportunity to spiritually cleanse oneself.
The local word 'li' is a versatile syllable. It designates the vast range of metals, of diverse origins, levels of refinement, and blends, that constitute a medium of sculpture in the region (Central Asia, Kashmir, Tibet, and Nepal).
The more that is said about Lord Hanuman, the more that remains left out. Of superlative strength and great personal beauty, this vanar-roopa deity is best known for His devotion to Rama in the itihasa.
Ashtalakshmi are a group of eight manifestations of Hindu goddess Lakshmi. She presides over the eight sources of wealth which are, prosperity, fertility, good fortune, good health, knowledge, strength, progeny and power.
A composite painting of Shaiva-Vaishnava significance. Lord Rama and His brother Laxmana traverse through the wilderness of Dandaka, dressed in rudimentary clothing, their trishoolas (tridents) in their hands.
The first impression gleaned from a cursory glance at the Nataraja is one of dynamic energy. In stark contrast to the Mahayogin image of Shiva wherein His divine energies are seemingly drawn inward, Nataraja exudes His force in all eight directions.
Endowed with child-like innocence, mischief in eyes and carefree disposition, the cool, soft and benign elephant-headed Ganesha is invoked primarily for removing obstacles and assuring a hassle-free start to any enterprise.
The beauty of Devi Parvati is supreme. She is wife to the Lord of destruction, the great Lord Shiva. With Him She resides in Kailash Mansarovar, Her skin the same colour as the pristine snows that cover Her home.
Of indisputable beauty and innocence, the baby Krishna is here depicted at His favourite activity. He is on the floor with a pot of butter supported in the crease of a leg, whilst the other is stretched out to support His frame.
You will be mesmerized by the extricate creativity of this Kalamkari art form; the use of traditional red and white color combination with the black lines defining its features enhances the ethnicity and beauty of this painting.
Lord Ganesha is worshipped in Hinduism as an endearing Elephant-faced god who is the guardian of the Sanatana Dharma, remover of obstacles, patron of Arts and Sciences, mediator and intercessor between man and god.
A paratpara guru from Tamil Nadu, Shri Guru Raghavedra Swami was a sixteenth-century saint. He is looked upon in India as a powerful advocate of Vaishnavism and the dvaita philosophy of Shri Madhavacharya.
The painting takes us to an enlightening festival where this young and beautiful damsel, dressed in a three piece red silk decorated elegantly with golden zari all over and adorned in the best of her gold jewels.