Hari-Hara – Shiva(hara) and Vishnu(hari) in unity
Ganesha means the lord of Ganas(an army of demons belonging to Shiva)..So he was the commander in chief of Shiva’s army
Balarama – Son of Rohini
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Rama riding Hanuman ready to face his adversary Ravana!
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Lord Rama using his supermove the Gandharva asthra and ancient nuclear bomb.
Hanuman lifting the Rishabha mountain with his tail and yeah he’s a giant here.. he has this ability to shape shift.He has 8 superpowers(Ashta Siddhi) actually which he controls by will.
- Ahima: reducing one’s body even to the size of an atom
- Mahima: expanding one’s body to an infinitely large size
- Garima: becoming infinitely heavy
- Laghima: becoming almost weightless
- Prapti: having unrestricted access to all places
- Prakamya: realizing whatever one desires
- Istva: possessing absolute lordship;
- Vastva: the power to subjugate all
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Brahma the divine procreator and the one who was born out of the golden egg known as Hiranyagarbha.This is same as the big bang theory where the entire universe has come from one dense singular mass.the expansion(or bang) of the universe is known as one day of Brahma and the collapse of the universe is known as one night of Brahma.in Vedas the entire universe collapses in the distant future and is again created through the big bang and this process happens for about 100 Brahma years after which Brahma dies.and after another 100 years of Brahma’s death he is again reborn and the process continues.the best thing is that in hinduism the universe is eternal in reality, and it agrees with the concept of parallel universes as it is said that every single universe has a Brahma.
The preceptor of the Kurus
The mother of the Pandava warriors.
Karna was born to the princess of Bhoja -Pritha/Kunti and to Vivaswan – the sun god.
He was one of the most powerful warriors in the Kaurava army and a dear friend of Duryodhana
Varuna - God of Cosmic Order
Vayu - The god of wind
Indra – king of Devas
Durga – goddess of war
Durga the goddess of war going head on against her arch-nemesis Mahisha(the minotaur)
Murugan – The god of war
This incredible illustrations of Indian gods has been done by brilliant artist Anirudh sainath, a gifted young artist that clearly has an affinity for his Indian heritage. These illustrations are the beauty with which Anirudh has created he has created them in his own style which is different from the usual style in which Indian gods have been depicted.
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