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Vishnu as Vamana (dwarf-avatar) early 18th century

Vishnu as Vamana (dwarf-avatar) early century Opaque watercolor, gold foil, and paper applique on cotton H: W: cm Possibly Tirupati, India.

2.Kurma Avatar-Per hindu mythology, Vishnu assumed the Koorma avatara (tortoise) to hold the Mandara mountain in place (while the demons and gods were churning the ocean with it to find the nectar of immortality) and to prevent it from sinking into the ocean. Lakshmi the Goddess of wealth emerged from the ocean, and so did the moon god Chandra.

Kurma Vishnu Second Avatar Painting Handmade Indian Hindu Deity Watercolor Art

Vishnu Adimurti. “Divinités indiennes”, Two albums of 195 illustrations. 1720-1730, Southern Andhra Pradesh (north of Madras), bordering Karnataka.

“Divinités indiennes”, Two albums of 195 illustrations. Southern Andhra Pradesh (north of Madras), bordering Karnataka.

Shri Ganesha with His Shakti

Shri Ganesha with His Shakti, Hindu Water Color on PaperArtist: Navneet Parikh

Sri Balarama. south indian painting

Crowned god Balarama early century Opaque watercolor, gold, and paper applique on cotton H: W: cm Tirupati, India

Maha-Laksmi on a lotus with lustrating elephants. Opaque watercolor, gold and silver on paper, Pahari, Basohli, Punjab Hills, Northern India, Late 18th century

Maha-Laksmi on a lotus with lustrating elephants Indian, Pahari, Late century Basohli, Punjab Hills, Northern India

Narasimha Hindu Deity Artwork Vishnu Avatar Indian Religion Spiritual Painting

Lord Narasimha Blessings Subject: Hindu Deity Painting – Narasimha Vishnu Avatar Paint Material:Opaque Watercolors Base Material: Stamp Paper Size: 8 in.

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Ardhanarishwar - Shiva Shakti

Ardhanarishwar - Shiva Shakti

Matsya Art Handmade Vishnu Avatar Hindu God Fish Incarnation Watercolor Painting

Matsya – First Avatar of Vishnu Subject: Hindu Deity Painting Paint Material:Opaque Watercolors Base Material: Stamp Paper Size: 8 in.

Bhairavi Ragini Bairavu~i-Ragini (second wife of Bairavu-raga). Rajput painting Pahari school cycle 1700-1710.

Bhairavi Ragini - Bairavu i-Ragini (second wife of Bairavu-Raga). Bhairavi is a fierce and terrifying aspect of the Devi virtually indistinguishable from Kali, except for her particular identification as the consort of the Bhairava.

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