Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: The Moonlit Night – LXIV
Reading Time: 3 minutes Spread the love Nilanjana retells a story from the Bhagavatam about the magical divinity of Krishna’s flute, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Parikshit was looking forward to the next story. Sukha continued narrating, “Sharad Ritu (around October) had just set in. The days were pleasant and the nights lovely. The jasmines blossomed at … Continue reading Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: The Moonlit Night – LXIV
Shiva Shakti in the head
The two hemispheres of the brain are in Yogic terms, controlled by the energy constructs we call Shiva and Shakti. This image demonstrates in visual expression what had been hitherto part of the or…
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Dasha (ten) Mahavidya Part Four Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala | Sulekha Creative
Sulekha Creative Blog - Dasha (ten) Mahavidya –Part Four – Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala- (4 of 4) Continued from Part Three Please also do read the Introduction to MahavidyaVII.Dhumavati42.1.
Lord Nandikeshwara - Lord of Mridangam Indian Backdrop wrote : “Lord Nandikeshwara” or"Lord of Mridangam". It is said that Mridangam was created because an instrument was needed to recreate the sound...
Pillar in the form of Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu
Pillar in the form of Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu Pratihara Dynasty, 10th Century AD,Ajmer Museum. The four important gods of Hinduism are Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The fourth is Surya, the Sun god. These four gods provided the design for this huge pillar of a temple. The hugeness of the pillar reveals the weight it must have borne and possibly indicates the height of the temple itself. Although pillars are not as important as the facade of the building, but they play a pivotal role in…