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Garuda - Papageno

Garuda - Papageno

Shiva Nataraja

Shiva Nataraja

Trichinopoly, India (probably, made)  Date: ca. 1825. Garuda, the 'vahana' of Vishnu, returning with the vase of Amrita, which he had stolen from the gods in order to free his mother from Kadru, mother of serpents. The 'vahana' is the animal mount or vehicle of a Hindu god or goddess. From a series of 100 drawings of Hindu deities created in South India.

Garuda returning with the vase of Amrita (Painting)

Trichinopoly, India (probably, made) Date: ca. 1825. Garuda, the 'vahana' of Vishnu, returning with the vase of Amrita, which he had stolen from the gods in order to free his mother from Kadru, mother of serpents. The 'vahana' is the animal mount or vehicle of a Hindu god or goddess. From a series of 100 drawings of Hindu deities created in South India.

13th century Cham sculpture depicts Garuda devouring a serpent

13th century Cham sculpture depicts Garuda devouring a serpent

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Lamp in the Form of the Mythical Garuda Bird, 19th century. Brooklyn Museum

Lamp in the Form of the Mythical Garuda Bird, 19th century. Brooklyn Museum

Il mistero delle donne sacre Khmer le Devata di Angkor Wat Cambogia, Yogini nel tempio Gauri Sankara a Bheraghat India

Il mistero delle donne sacre Khmer le Devata di Angkor Wat Cambogia, Yogini nel tempio Gauri Sankara a Bheraghat India

Temple Guardian II | Fusion with Finesse | One Kings Lane

Temple Guardian II

Temple Guardian II | Fusion with Finesse | One Kings Lane

According to Vastu - India being the guardian deity of the north - this image is carved in the ceiling of the northern portion of the central hall common to the three shrines. Indra is portrayed as riding his vehicle, the four tusked white elephant called Airavat. Also seen on the elephant is Indra’s consort Indrani.

According to Vastu - India being the guardian deity of the north - this image is carved in the ceiling of the northern portion of the central hall common to the three shrines. Indra is portrayed as riding his vehicle, the four tusked white elephant called Airavat. Also seen on the elephant is Indra’s consort Indrani.

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