The Buddhist Goddess Vasudhara, translated Vasundhara, is a sculpture from Nepal during the late twelfth century, now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Vasudhara is most commonly known for her wealth prosperity, and abundance. This piece is recognizably from Nepal because of the six-armed form of Vasudhara which is almost exclusively found in Nepal. This sculpture originated in India but has been adapted by the Nepalese people.Vasudhara is also known as the Goddess Lakshmi, however, she goes by many other names as well. This sculpture is in almost perfect condition except for a missing jewel in her crown and the center jewel in her belt around her waist.
They may approach their god differently, but their sincerity is eternal. Hinduism has a vast religious system with countless of entry points. In Hinduism, Brahma is known for being the creator god, who is still regarded as one of the supreme deities in the present day. Brahman is a Hindu
This avatar was taken to bring social change. Buddha depicts peace and mindfulness. 10) Kalki- this is the last avatar of Lord Vishnu. This avatar will be taken to bring about harmony and justice by dethroning the unjust. This avatar will be in the form of a horseman on a white horse with a sword to wipe away the darkness of the past.
However, the concept is not a creation of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Traces of the concept of Hindu Rashtra can be seen from the Vedic times. Great leaders like Swami Vivekananda, Aurobindo Ghose, and Veer Savarkar have asserted India as Hindu Rashtra. Intellectuals form the west like Dr. Annie Besant has also acknowledged the concept of Hindu rashtra. The origin of the idea of the Hindu Rashtra lies in the mid to late nineteenth century, in the British colonial period and is connected with the names of Vivekananda, Dayanand Saraswati and Aurobindo Ghose.
Brahma is their god and vishnu and shiva are the destroyer and preserver. Shiva has the role that he needs to destroy the universe in order to recreated. Ganesha role is to give good fortune and he is also the remover of obstacles. He is described as an elephant because his father gave him a elephant head. The rest of Ganesha body is a human body.
The details of the nine planetary gods in Hindu religion are given below: 1. Lord Surya – The Sun God Surya is the chief, the solar deity, one of the Adityas, son of Kashyapa and one of his wives Aditi, of Indra, or of Dyaus Pita. Lord Surya or the Sun God occupies the central place amongst the navagrahas facing the east. Also known as Ravi, Surya is the Lord of ‘Simha Rashi’ or Leo sign in Zodiac. Surya’s vahana is a chariot drawn by seven horses.
Read below to know 7 unknown facts about Lord Krishna. (Note for publisher: Please add AstroSage logo to the image.) Janmashtami According to Hindu calendar, Janmashtami is celebrated on the eighth day or Ashtami of the Krishna Paksha, in the month of Savan that is today. Being mischievous, Kanha is the protector, saviour, friend and a philosopher. He is one of the most loved gods of Hindus.
In position  is Taishaku Tenno – the Heavenly King Shakra, [帝释天]. He is the most prominent god of the Rigveda and is also known as Shakra Devanam Indra. He is the most powerful Lord of the Devas of Kamadhatu (world of desires). He serves as one of the main tutelary gods of Buddhism, together with Bonten (Brahma), he is also one of the twelve gods said to protect the world (Frederic L 1995). Originally Shakra is the god of thunder, lightning and rain in Indian mythology he was later incorporated into Buddhism as a protective deity.
So Maa Kushmanda is also known as the creator the whole universe. Maa Kushmanda is also named as “Adi Shakti”. She is the only one who has the power and strength to live in the core of Suryaloka. Her body shines like the glowing Sun. All directions get light from her Divine smile including the Sun God itself.