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Tripundra – Wikipedia Трипундра (tripuṇḍraṃ IAST — «три черты», «три полосы») — вид тилаки. Представляет собой три поперечные линии, наносимые чаще всего на лоб, обычно в сочетании с точкой (бинди) из куркумы между бровей, на месте «третьего глаза», или аджна-чакры. Может наноситься: Существует несколько описаний символики трипундры:  Каждая из линий трипундры символизиует один из трёх видов уз для души человека: анаву, карму и майю. Они представляют три гуны, лежащие в основе проявленного…

Shiva Lingam -Meaning: I bow down to Lord Shiva/Praise be to Lord Shiva

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Joma Sipe Arte Simbolista e Visionária l Symbolist and Visionary Art

Nataraja in Sketching by K C Vamshi Krishna

Discover Sketching by K C Vamshi Krishna on Touchtalent. Touchtalent is premier online community of creative individuals helping creators like K C Vamshi Krishna in getting global visibility.

Trishul damru Shiva

Here you will find most beautiful and attractive Shiva tattoo designs and ideas for your Shiva tattoos, Lord shiva beautiful tattoos and designs for men and women.

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Brass Large Dancing Shiva Nataraja 73" (#61bs67): Hindu Gods & Buddha Statues

Brass Large Dancing Shiva Nataraja 73"

View all of Lotus Sculpture's Nataraja Statues. As Nataraja (Sanskrit: Lord of Dance) Shiva represents apocalypse and creation as he dances away the illusory world of Maya transforming it into power and enlightenment.

Shiva as Lord Nataraja, demonstrating subtle Space in the process of propelling itself into the act of self-spin for the purpose of transforming itself (potential energy) into material form.          illustration  by Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati

Shiva as Lord Nataraja, demonstrating subtle Space in the process of propelling itself into the act of self-spin for the purpose of transforming itself (potential energy) into material form.

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