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Hindu gods - Durga (‘the one who is difficult to approach’) one of the many names or forms of the Goddess, this one being a ferocious one, said to have been created (or evoked) by the gods to rid themselves of , the buffalo-demon Mahisasura, a usurper of their position and their oppressor. She killed him and thereby earned for herself the name.
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Kali - Kali meaning ‘she who is black’. An Indian goddess of the Great Mother type. She is the menacing and fearful aspect of Durgā. She is usually shown standing on her husband Shiva, or placing her left foot on him. She has black hair, her tongue hangs out, and she wears a string of human skulls round her neck.
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Lakshmi and Saraswati - Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth, fortune, love and beauty, the lotus flower and fertility. Saraswati in origin, an ancient Indian river goddess. She is identified with speech, whence she is promoted to become goddess of eloquence and wisdom. She rides on a swan or sits on a lotus.
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Ganesha - Ganesha is the elephant-headed Hindu deity. Also called Vinayaka, Gajanana, he is the son of Siva and Parvati. His special province within the Hindu pantheon is to remove and create obstacles to various undertakings. Ganesa enjoys widespread devotion from Hindus of various sectarian affiliations and ranks.
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Krishna - Krishna, whose name means "black" or "dark," is customarily said to stand alongside Rama in the Hindu pantheon as one of the two preeminent avataras of the great god Vishnu. He more than any other figure symbolizes divine love , divine beauty , and a quality of purposeless, playful, yet fascinating action that bears a peculiarly divine stamp.
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Rama - Hindu gods is a result of the endless fables and bedtime stories of Indian mythology told by my parents and my grandma while I was tiny, the astonishing appearance of the mythical figures and their magical power lures in my memory till today. These characters looks the way I perceive them and also keeping a close approximation to the tradition iconography.
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Hanuman - Hindu gods is a result of the endless fables and bedtime stories of Indian mythology told by my parents and my grandma while I was tiny, the astonishing appearance of the mythical figures and their magical power lures in my memory till today. These characters looks the way I perceive them and also keeping a close approximation to the tradition iconography.
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Kartika and Yama - Hindu gods is a result of the endless fables and bedtime stories of Indian mythology told by my parents and my grandma while I was tiny, the astonishing appearance of the mythical figures and their magical power lures in my memory till today. These characters looks the way I perceive them and also keeping a close approximation to the tradition iconography.

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