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Kirtimukha – this image, of Kirtimukha, is often found at the top of arches in Hindu devotional art. Shiva declared that Kirtimukha would be honored in this way as a result of the matchless devotion shown in a particular situation.

Kirtimukha – this image, of Kirtimukha, is often found at the top of arches in Hindu devotional art. Shiva declared that Kirtimukha would be honored in this way as a result of the matchless devotion shown in a particular situation.

Scene in Brindavan, the city sacred to Krishna devotees. Reading in front of an Image of Sita, Ram and Hanuman.

Scene in Brindavan, the city sacred to Krishna devotees. Reading in front of an Image of Sita, Ram and Hanuman.

Krishna Jamnashtami (कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी), the day when hindu devotees celebrate Krishna's birthday, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Hindus fast all day and stay up until midnight (the time Krishna is believed to have been born) to sing and dance gathered at the nearest Krishna temple.

Krishna Jamnashtami (कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी), the day when hindu devotees celebrate Krishna's birthday, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Hindus fast all day and stay up until midnight (the time Krishna is believed to have been born) to sing and dance gathered at the nearest Krishna temple.

Hindu family pujasthan

Hindu family pujasthan

Healing Full Circle Mala by PureRockAngelYogi on Etsy

Healing Full Circle Mala by PureRockAngelYogi on Etsy

An attempt to depict the creative activities of Prajapati Steel engraving hand colored from the 1850’s  (via Columbia university)  In Hinduism, Prajapati “lord of people” is a group Hindu deity presiding over procreation, and protection of life, thereby a King of Kings. Vedic commentators also identify him with the creator referred to in the Nasadiya Sukta. wiki

An attempt to depict the creative activities of Prajapati Steel engraving hand colored from the 1850’s (via Columbia university) In Hinduism, Prajapati “lord of people” is a group Hindu deity presiding over procreation, and protection of life, thereby a King of Kings. Vedic commentators also identify him with the creator referred to in the Nasadiya Sukta. wiki

Thimmakka  -- click though to read more about this woman and what she is doing.

Thimmakka -- click though to read more about this woman and what she is doing.

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