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- Nun was the god who personified the primeval waters, the chaos which existed before there was shape and form, the dark liquid mass out of which there appeared the creator-god. Nun is regarded as having no surface, stretching into infinity. Not subject to...
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- The vehicle of Ganesha is the mouse, often seen paying obeisance to his lord.
- Indian Art Images Hindu
- display an already established iconography, it is probable that earlier images had been .
- Ashish Avikunthak
- In Myth and Reality, D.D. Kosambi looks at the Siva-.
- PANEL: Archaeology of Religion: Issues in Hindu and Buddhist
- Ganesha with a dagger. Dr. Gouriswar Bhattacharya.
- Ganapati Upanishad
- If we look at a contemporary image of GaÙeÚa, the iconography has preserved muchof the esoteric side, although the exoteric side has triumphed.
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- Ganesha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.
- Ganesha - the Elephant Headed God, Art and Mythology
- According to the strict rules of Hindu iconography, Ganesha figures with only two hands are taboo.
- Ganesha: The Elephant-Headed God - ReligionFacts
- Jan 10, 2005 Four-Armed Ganesha According to the strict rules of Hindu iconography, Ganesha figures with only two hands are taboo.
- Loving Ganesha, Chapter 5: Forms of Ganesha
- Ganesha Iconography. By Dr. L.
- Ganesha Iconography
- Ganesha - the elephant headed God, Iconography, symbolism, legends, worship, temples.
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