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Nataraja Statues: Original Indian Art Work
Nataraja is a depiction of Lord Shiva, the Hindu god popularly portrayed as the cosmic dancer performing his divine dance in order to destroy a weary universe. This dance is also called the Tandava and is described to be the ritual/performance in which the universe is created, maintained, and ultimately, resolved. The image of Nataraja known and recognized around the world today achieved its canonical form (bronze sculpture cast) during Chola dynasty (10th century). Chola Nataraja is considered as the quintessential statement of ancient Indian sculpture, known and incomparable in the way it me...

Buy Online Narmadeshwar Shivling | Pandit NM Shrimali
Narmadeshwar Shivling has many more energy in comparison to any other stone. This creates the power of both creation and destruction in Shivling. Pure worship of Narmadeshwar Shivlinga is attained by the peace of mind and your mind is filled with positive thoughts. Peace and love remain in your relationship with the auspicious effect of Narmadeshwar Shivling. Salvation is attained through the worship of Narmadeshwar Shivaling. Tension from the energy of Narmadeshwar Shivling, ego decreases. Take some time to meditate before setting up of Narmadeshwar Shivling. Worship Lord Shiva and pray f...

Benefits wearing Rudraksha Mala
RUDRAKSHA The Shivas TearThe Eternal Bliss Legend has it that Lord Shiva or Rudra Bhagwan had performed penance for 1000 years to restore humanity and peace on earth. After this severe penance when Lord Shiva opened his eyes some tears from compassion fell from his eyes. These tears grew into trees known as Rudraksha Trees.Rudra is another name given to Lord Shiva and Aksha means ‘tears’. So the literal meaning from Rudraksha is ‘Lord Shiva Tears’.The Rudraksha beads are the fruit from this Rudraksha Tree. The fruit is also known as ‘Amit P...

Buy Online Parad Shivling Original | Pandit NM Shrimali
The scientist has been called Shiva in this sense, the person who worships the Parad Shivalinga never comes poverty in his house nor fears death. He achieves perfection in life, honours, prestige, son-in-law mode etc and finally achieves Shiva.Shivling is the incarnation of Lord Shiva and mother Parvati. This form of Shivling is considered very auspicious. The worship of Parad Shivalinga comes positively in the person's thoughts. By worshipping this Shivalinga, the devotee receives prosperity in his life. Therefore, whoever wishes for wealth should worship Pard Shivalinga. Apart from t...

Benefits of Wearing 1 Mukhi Rudraksha
1 Mukhi Rudraksha is in Chadrakar Form, known as Half Moon Shaped or Kaju Shaped – worn to increase self-confidence and keeping one happy. It is the best source of getting rid of bad habits like smoking, alcohol intake, drugs and overcome slowly by wearing this bead. It is said to absolve the sin of committing murder of a Brahmin.1 Mukhi Rudraksha, mainly One Mukhi from Java/Indonesia is counted as third eye of Lord Shiva and counted as the very powerful bead. It is the best source of representing Supreme Lord and considered as the ultimate blessing of Lord Shiva himself. One Mukhi Rud...

A Handy Guide to Take A Glance At The Ancient Glory Of Pashupatinath Temple
Nepal has a significant Hindu population and they are followers of deities like Shiva and Vishnu, mostly. So, it is only natural that the country, surrounded by lofty mountains, is home to some of the eminent Hindu temples. The capital city Kathmandu has many attractions for the visitors and religiously inclined ones do not miss exploring the grand Pashupatinath Temple. The word Pashupatinath denotes the lord of the animals- which is another incarnation of Lord Shiva. The vast temple complex also includes many small temples, ashrams and cremation spots (called ghats) along the Bagmati river ba...

Udaipur : Kashmir of Rajasthan Tour with VNV Tours
Often referred as "Venice of east", the enthralling city of Udaipur features on every traveller's wishlist. Udaipur  is located around azure water lakes and surrounded by lush green hills of Aravalli range making it one of the most romantic destination of India.With a gorgeous skyline, numerous activities to take part in and a variety of tourist attractions to visit, Udaipur is definitely  a dream destination for many.The enchanting town of Udaipur, located in the heart of the Aravalli Range, is the favorite of tourists visiting Rajasthan. The three interconnected lakes within...

RUDRAKSHA BEADS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
Rudraksha has a very symbolic meaning. It is derived from two divine Sanskrit words: “Rudra” – meaning Lord Shiva and “Aksha” meaning Lord Shiva’s tears, Rudraksha literally means Shiva’s tear drops. It is indeed a powerful blessing from Lord Shiva to protect Mankind from sorrow, sufferings & miseries. Rudraksha is traditionally believed to have originated from Lord Shiva’s tears & landed on earth in the form of seeds from the Rudraksha tree. This tree mainly grows around the Himalayan regions of India, Nepal, Sumatra, Java, Myanmar &...

Mudras & Hand Symbolism: Hand Mysteries? Part 3
[Note: This paper contains images which may be seen as originally published at our website]In ceremonial magick of the Western Tradition, the hands and fingers are used for various purposes among which is to trace symbols, sigils, and signs in a consecrated space or object. They are also utilized to banish, invoke and direct forces to certain targets. In contrast to the adepts of ceremonial magic, stage magicians apply the hands to entertain audiences with their many illusory tricks. They call this, "prestidigitation," or "sleight of hand." In prestidigitation, the hands are used in various ...

Hindu God Statues - What do they mean to Hindus?
The fundamental religion of India is Hinduism. The religion is as powerful as the Indian culture with numerous deities as its base. There are few sacred scriptures that claim that there are more than 300 million hindu gods and goddesses. Hindus are all over the work and worship various forms of Gods through Hindu Gods Statues or murtis by chanting prayers and performing pujas.The statues of Shiva, Kali Maa, Ganesha, Radha Krishna, Hanuman, Ram Sita etc.have a very important place in every Hindu home. One can find beautiful figures from the religious shops that sell statues and place them in ...

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