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Panchvaktra- the five-headed form of Hindu God, Shiva

Panchavaktra is a five-headed form of Hindu god Shiva. He is the combination of Sadyojata, Vamadeva, Tatpurusha, Aghora, and Ishana form of Shiva. He is depicted as meditating at riverbank, holding trident, Elephant goad, sword, axe, and firepot.Panchavaktra is a five-headed form of Hindu god Shiva. He is the combination of Sadyojata, Vamadeva, Tatpurusha, Aghora, and Ishana form of Shiva. He is depicted as meditating at riverbank, holding trident, Elephant goad, sword, axe, and firepot.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front. (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame. ..

Rs. 800.00

Parashuram - the sixth incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu

Fierce warrior, Parashuram, the sixth incarnation of Vishnu, wielding his formidable weapons, axe and bow. He has wiped out the Kshatriyas (an Indian caste of warriors) from the earth 21 times.Fierce warrior, Parashuram, the sixth incarnation of Vishnu, wielding his formidable weapons, axe and bow. He has wiped out the Kshatriyas (an Indian caste of warriors) from the earth 21 times.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front. (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame. ..

Rs. 800.00

Tatpurusha incarnation of Hindu God, Shiva

Hindu god Shiva's incarnation in "Tatpurusha" form depicted as four-armed god, standing on one leg with swaying hairlocks, and holding rosary and trident. Tatpurusha form represents the supreme being inside a human being, represents ascetics, and faces eastward.Hindu god Shiva's incarnation in "Tatpurusha" form depicted as four-armed god, standing on one leg with swaying hairlocks, and holding rosary and trident. Tatpurusha form represents the supreme being inside a human being, represents ascetics, and faces eastward.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border. (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame. ..

Rs. 800.00

Vaman - the fifth incarnation of Hindu God, Vishnu

Vaman, the fifth incarnation of Vishnu, covering earth to brahmalok (heavens) in a single stride, Lord Brahma - the hindu god of creation - washing his feet with divine water of Brahmaloka.Vaman, the fifth incarnation of Vishnu, covering earth to brahmalok (heavens) in a single stride, Lord Brahma - the hindu god of creation - washing his feet with divine water of Brahmaloka.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame. ..

Rs. 800.00

"Mahamrityunjaya" form of Hindu god, Shiva

Mahamrityunjaya is form of Hindu God Shiva. Mrityunjaya means victory over death. Therefore, this form of Shiva is the conqueror of fear and death. There is a hymn invoking Mahamrityunjaya Shiva called Mahamrityunjaya mantra which relieves a person from fear of death. This mantra is a verse of Rigveda. This mantra is addressed to Lord Shiva for keeping away untimely death. He is depicted as six-armed, meditating in the himalayas, holding two kumbhas (pots) of Amrit (elixir of life), rosary, and deer...

Rs. 800.00

Balram - the brother of God Krishna and an incarnation of primordial snake Shesha, killing demon Dhenukasura (Design 1)

Krishna and Balram during their childhood were requested by their friends to go to a forest named Talavana which had a variety of sweet looking fruits. But the cowherd boys were afraid to go their owing to a demon Dhenukasura, who lived their in the form of a donkey. Krishna and Balram took everyone to the forest to  fetch fruits when they were attacked by demon Dhenuka. The demon attacked Balram with his legs, but Balram got hold of the demon and swung him away, thereby killing him. Dhenuka's associates too attacked and Balram and Krishna killed all the demons in the forest...

Rs. 800.00

Balram - the brother of God Krishna and an incarnation of primordial snake Shesha, killing demon Pralambasura

Krishna is the eigth incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. During his childhood, he was playing with his elder brother balaram - who is an incarnation of primordial snake Shesha - and other cowherd boys. A demon named Pralambasura entered their group with an intention to kidnap Krishna and Balram, posing as a cowherd boy. In a game in which the boys have to carry other boys on their back, Pralambasura carried Balram on his back. He felt Balram's weight unbearable and transformed back to his original form. Seeing the real identity of the demon, Balram struck him with his fist and killed the demon...

Rs. 800.00

Court of Hindu god Ram

Ram is the seventh incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. Ram is incarnated in Treta Yuga, which is one of the epochs in the Hindu four-age cycles. He was born to the king of the kingdom of Ayodhya, Dashratha, and his queen, Kaushalya. He is the central character of Hindu epic Ramayana. He was sent to exile for fourteen years in forest where his wife, Sita, was abducted by demon king Ravana. Ram and his younger brother, Lakhsman, with great efforts and with the help of Vanaras (monkeys) defeated evil Ravana. Ram's darbar (court) is shown as Ram standing with his wife Sita on right and brother Lakshman on left and devotee Hanuman sitting on Shri Ram's feet.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00

Dakshinimurti Shiva - the supreme tecaher - Adi Guru

Dakshinimurty is an aspect of Hindu God Shiva, the god of destruction. He is considered as the teacher of all kinds of knowledge. He is an aspect of the supreme consciousness, the ultimate reality - Brahman. Shiva in this form is a guru of Yoga, wisdom, and shastras. Scriptures say that if anyone doesn't have a guru or teacher, he can worship Dakshinimurti Shiva as his teacher. Dakshna means South direction. He sits under tree, faces south and imparts the knowledge. Dakshinimurti is depicted as four-armed, holding, damru (two-headed drum), rosary, vedas, seated on deer sking. Under his right leg is a demon - apasmara - which represents ignorance. He is surrounded by sages who are receiving the Gyan or knowledge from Adi Guru...

Rs. 800.00

Four-armed form of Hindu God Shiva - the God of destruction (Design 1)

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti. He is depicted here as four-armed representing the four cardinal directions...

Rs. 800.00

Ganesha- The remover of obstacles

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as standing on a divine blooming lotus, in his four arms holding, Ankush (elephant goad), snake and a Shankha (conch)...

Rs. 800.00

Ganesha- the remover of obstacles in a dancing pose

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as four-armed holding elephant goad and damru (two-headed drum), and playing flute in a dancing pose. This pose is also known as Nritya (dancing) Ganesha...

Rs. 800.00

Garuda- the animal mount of Vishnu - flying with Amrit (Elixir of life)

Garuda is the mighty celestial eagle and animal-mount of Hindu God Vishnu - the preserver. Garuda is the son of Sage Kashyap and Vinata - the mother of birds. He is king of birds. His brother is Aruna who is the charioteer of Sun God, Surya. Garuda is shown as grasping a pitcher containing Amrit (elixir of life) and flying away to save the Amrit from Asuras (demons). Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00

Gopikas (cowherd girls) complaining Yashoda, the foster mother of Krishna, of her mischief.

The supreme God Vishnu incarnated as Krishna in the Dwapar Yuga played the role (leela) of a mischevious boy in the childhood. Krishna was fond of makhan (butter) in the childhood. He and his cowherd friends used to steal makhan from the pots of Gopikas (cowherd girls). He used to offer the butter to his friends who were poor and couldn't have butter. Looking at Krishna's mischief, the Gopikas went to Yashoda and complained about her son's doings. The Gopikas, however, considered them fortunate of seeing this little Krishna's play (Leela)...

Rs. 800.00

Hanuman, the devotee of Rama, carrying sanjeevani mountain from Himalayas to Lanka

Hindu god Hanuman, the divine Vanar (monkey), is an ardent devotee of Ram—an avatar (incarnation) of Hindu God Vishnu. He is the son of Vanar (monkey) king Kesari and Anjana. He is also believed to be one of the avatars (incarnation) of Hindu god Shiva on Earth. Lord Pawan (Wind God) had blessed him with his powers when he was in Anjana's womb. For this reason, he is also known as Pawanputra. During the war in Lanka, when Lakshman was injured fatally by the arrow of Ravan's son indrajeet, Laksham flew up the north to Himalayas and carried entire mountain filled with medicinal herbs to Lanka to cure Lakshman...

Rs. 800.00

Hanuman, the devotee of Rama, singing glory of his lord.

Hindu god Hanuman, the divine Vanar (monkey), is an ardent devotee of Ram—an avatar (incarnation) of Hindu God Vishnu. He is the son of Vanar (monkey) king Kesari and Anjana. He is also believed to be one of the avatars (incarnation) of Hindu god Shiva on Earth. Lord Pawan (Wind God) had blessed him with his powers when he was in Anjana's womb. For this reason, he is also known as Pawanputra...

Rs. 800.00

Harihara - the composite form of Hindu Gods Vishnu and Shiva

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya...

Rs. 800.00

Harihara - the composite form of Hindu Gods Vishnu and Shiva complementing each other in their respective incarnations as Ram and Hanuman.

Harihara is the composite form of Hindu Gods Vishnu, the preserver, and Shiva, the destroyer. The fusion of Vishnu and Shiva also signifies the belief that both are a part of supreme God, the ultimate reality, Brahman. It shows that they are different aspects of the same God. In Ramayan, Ram, and incarnation of Vishnu, worshipped Shiva at the seashore in Rameshwaram to seek blessings from Shiva to cross the ocean to reach Lanka. Shiva as well incarnated in Ramayan as Hanuman and was an ardent devotee of Ram. Thus, both Vishnu and Shiva worship each other, thereby depicting the unity an oneness...

Rs. 800.00

Hindu God Ganesha- the remover of obstacles (Design 1)

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as sitting on a divine blooming lotus...

Rs. 800.00

Hindu God Ganesha- the remover of obstacles (Design 1)

Hindu god Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak. Before starting any work, worshipping Ganesha is believed to be auspicious. He is depicted as sitting on a divine blooming lotus...

Rs. 800.00