Goddess Ganga on her vahana Makara. This mythical sea dragon is a mixture of a fish, crocodile, and elephant.
(The Goddess Ganga Riding her Crocodile) In Hinduism, the river Ganga (The Ganges) is considered sacred, and is personified as a goddess known as Ganga.
Goddess Saraswati on Her Mount Swan, Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist:Kailash Raj
Purity and Divinity, Hindu Watercolor on PaperArtist Kailash Raj
Art Intaglio > Shri Bahucharaji by Ravi Varma Press
There are four main sects within Hinduism: Shaivism, Vaishnavism, Shaktism, Smartism, in which six main gods are worshiped
Mahadevi, the Great Goddess Date: ca. 1725 Culture: India (Rajasthan, Bikaner) Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and silver on paper
Kali, Mahakali or Shmashana-Kali, Tantra Miniature Painting On Paper
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Raja ravi varma's painting depicting lord hanuman carring lord ram and lakshman on his shoulder
River Goddess Ganga, Batik Batik Painting On Cotton
Kumara Karttikeya (Skanda), Large Water Color Painting On Cotton Fabric
Goddess Matangi, Ninth in Dus-Mahavidya
Goddesses of Now: Durga & Akhilandeshwari
Matsya – First Avatar of Vishnu Subject: Hindu Deity Painting Paint Material:Opaque Watercolors Base Material: Stamp Paper Size: 8 in.
Emergence of Ganga from Shivaâs Coiffure (A Fine Painting), Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist: Kailash Raj
Indian Vintage Mythological Hindu Gods Litho Print- Shesh Narayan /14X20 Inch
Ganga Mata Hindu Art Studio, a small Calcutta press active in the
Nagas watch the Indian God Krishna from the river ( )