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Shree Laxmi Yantra
(via  ebay: radhakrishan_shoping-mall)

Shree Laxmi Yantra
(via ebay: radhakrishan_shoping-mall)

07.24.14 ♥ 49

vintageindia:

Mayuri

19th century, India

Shiva as Nataraja
Orissa Paata Painting on Canvas
(via Dolls of India)

07.24.14 ♥ 73

Lord Shiva
(via vk.com: Dmitry Alvar)

07.23.14 ♥ 32

Devi Durga and her Family with Little Krishna in her Lap
(via the Old Indian Arts)

07.23.14 ♥ 87

my-spirits-aroma-or:

Om Namah Shivaya

by Narasimha Kamath

07.23.14 ♥ 1123

Shiva on the bull Nandi, destroying demons
Jaipur, India. ca.1880. Watercolour on ivory Dimensions
(via V&A’s collections)

07.22.14 ♥ 48
Lord Sadasiva 
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Lord Sadasiva 
(via vk.com: Dmitry Alvar)

07.22.14 ♥ 47

The Merger of Radha and Krishna
Artist Manohar Saini
Water Color On Silk (via Exotic India)

07.22.14 ♥ 34
The submerged temples of Mahabalipuram (India)

According to popular belief, the famous Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram wasn’t a single temple, but the last of a series of seven temples, six of which had submerged. New finds suggest that there may be some truth to the story. 

A major discovery of submerged ruins was made in April of 2002 offshore of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu, South India. The discovery, at depths of 5 to 7 meters (15 to 21 feet) was made by a joint team from the Dorset based Scientific Exploration Society (SES) and marine archaeologists from India’s National Institute of Oceanography (NIO). 

Investigations at each of the locations revealed stone masonry, remains of walls, square rock cut remains, scattered square and rectangular stone blocks and a big platform with steps leading to it. All these lay amidst the locally occurring geological formations of rocks. 

—- 7 Most Fascinating Underwater Ruins : Oddee.com

The submerged temples of Mahabalipuram (India)

According to popular belief, the famous Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram wasn’t a single temple, but the last of a series of seven temples, six of which had submerged. New finds suggest that there may be some truth to the story.

A major discovery of submerged ruins was made in April of 2002 offshore of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu, South India. The discovery, at depths of 5 to 7 meters (15 to 21 feet) was made by a joint team from the Dorset based Scientific Exploration Society (SES) and marine archaeologists from India’s National Institute of Oceanography (NIO).

Investigations at each of the locations revealed stone masonry, remains of walls, square rock cut remains, scattered square and rectangular stone blocks and a big platform with steps leading to it. All these lay amidst the locally occurring geological formations of rocks.

—- 7 Most Fascinating Underwater Ruins : Oddee.com

07.21.14 ♥ 48