The Goddess Ganga is often depicted riding the makara, a sea monster, with water flowing all around her.

The Goddess Ganga is often depicted riding the makara, a sea monster, with water flowing all around her.

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto) ca. 1720; Krishna Fluting (verso) The Kota Master  (Indian, active in the early 18th century) - Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto) ca. 1720; Krishna Fluting (verso) The Kota Master (Indian, active in the early 18th century) - Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

The Lord Ganesha in Hinduism appears to have an elephant head. This puts faith in people and allows them to see past one's outer appearance; seeing the spiritual side of everything allowing for them to still their rational mind and eliminate obstacles.

The Lord Ganesha in Hinduism appears to have an elephant head. This puts faith in people and allows them to see past one's outer appearance; seeing the spiritual side of everything allowing for them to still their rational mind and eliminate obstacles.

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