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Navratri: Creation and Re-creation in the Nine Nights of the Goddess (PHOTOS) | Huffington Post

PHOTOS: Creation And Re-creation In The Nine Nights Of The Goddess

Navratri: Creation and Re-creation in the Nine Nights of the Goddess (PHOTOS)

Nine Nights of the Goddess...    Navaratri is the Nine Nights of the Goddess in India. Three Goddesses, Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati each are honored for three days. Today is the second day of Durga. She is represented at the bottom of this image as the Great Mother and Warrior Goddess with her tiger. Lakshmi is above her flanked by her two white elephants and pouring abundance from her hands. Saraswati is above her with her book, pen and brush as the Goddess of Arts

Nine Nights of the Goddess. Navaratri is the Nine Nights of the Goddess in India. Three Goddesses, Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati

The Goddess Tara - A Pala Dynasty standing figure of the goddess Tara.  Schist  Nalanda, Bihar, India  X century  H cm. 100

The Divine Goddess Tara - A Pala Dynasty standing figure Schist Nalanda, Bihar, India X century H cm.

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Understanding Hindu Metaphysics

What another beautiful image of me joining in marriage with Shiva. We are the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. Shiva and Parvati. Lift and Dark. Control and Impulse. We balance each other in unity.

Sarasvati/Saraswati the goddess of Knowledge. She is the consort to the god Brahma. She is the Mother of the Vedas. In this picture she is holding a musical instrument. As well as sitting on top of a swan, who is sitting on top of a lotus flower.

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: Sarasvati/Saraswati, the Hindu of Knowledge, is the consort of the Brahma and Mother of the Vedas. In this picture, she is holding a musical instrument and sitting atop a swan on a lotus flower.

The Goddess Returns | Integral Life - Now I think she is the equal to Sophia.

Mythology + Religion: Bhuvaneshwari, Goddess of Infinite Space + She Whose Body Is The World

Kālī is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, shakti. She is the fierce aspect of the goddess Durga (Parvati). The name Kali comes from kāla, which means black, time, death, lord of death: Shiva. Since Shiva is called Kāla— the eternal time — the name of Kālī, his consort, also means "Time" or "Death" (as in "time has come").

Kālī is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, shakti. She is the fierce aspect of the goddess Durga (Parvati).

Sita Hindu goddess of devotion and surrender.  The Goddess Returns | Integral Life

"Sita floats on an ocean of tears. Sita stands as the radical interface of love and suffering. Sita exists only for love. She personifies loyalty. She incarnates devotion. On an archetypal level, she stands for the feminine principle of loving submission

Contrary to prevailing misconceptions, Hindus all worship a one Supreme Being, though by different names. This is because the peoples of India with different languages and cultures have understood the one God in their own distinct way. Through history there arose four principal Hindu denominations—Saivism, Shaktism, Vaishnavism and Smartism.

Amazing Oriental Oil Paintings of Chinese Goddesses and Angels by Zeng Hao

Beautiful painting by Zeng Hao! Green Tara - originally a Hindu goddess and later adopted by some forms of Buddhism. She is known as the mother of liberation, a protectress, an obstacle remover, and an earth mother.

“Durga becomes angry, her face becoming dark as ink. Suddenly the goddess Kali springs from her forehead.” Kali is Durga’s rage, fury, and bloodlust unleashed onto the battlefield. “She roars loudly and leaps into battle where she tears demons apart with her hands and crushes them in her jaws.”

“ “Durga becomes angry, her face becoming dark as ink. Suddenly the goddess Kali springs from her forehead.” Kali is Durga’s rage, fury, and bloodlust unleashed onto the battlefield. “She roars loudly.

This is a recreation of the goddess Durga, worshipped for her strength and invincibility. India’s Incredibly Powerful "Abused Goddesses" Campaign Condemns Domestic Violence

India's Incredibly Powerful "Abused Goddesses" Campaign Condemns Domestic Violence

India’s Incredibly Powerful "Abused Goddesses" Campaign Condemns Domestic Violence “Save Our Sisters” is an anti-sex trafficking initiative. This is their print campaign. Dark side of India

Kali Hindu goddess of mothers, bad assness, and don't ever messwithness, amongst other things.   The Goddess Returns | Integral Life

Kali Hindu goddess of mothers, bad assness, and don't ever messwithness, amongst other things. The Goddess Returns

Kwan Yin ("She Who Hears the Prayers of the World") was originally the mother goddess of China, who proved so popular she was adopted into the Buddhist pantheon as a bodhisattva (much like the goddess Bride was made a saint). A bodhisattva is a person who has attained enlightenment but chooses to forgo Nirvana and remain in the world to help others attain enlightenment. Kwan Yin's specialty is compassion, and She is known as the Goddess of Mercy.

Kwan Yin ("She Who Hears the Prayers of the World") was originally the mother goddess of China, who proved so popular she was adopted into the Buddhist pantheon as a bodhisattva (much like the goddess Bride was made a saint).

Devi (The Goddess), 1960: Ray often turned his camera on the dilemmas of women and their position in society. Here, a hallucinatory design illustrates a pivotal scene in his 19th-century period study of religious superstition, when an elderly man dreams his daughter-in-law is the embodiment of the Hindu goddess Kali. Here, the division of the young girl’s face represents her split identity.

Satyajit Ray's film posters – in pictures

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