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Indian God Series

Founder: Farhad Najafi




Indian God Series

Durga

Keywords: erotic delights, sexual pleasures, love, music, saviour from sins.

The Goddess Durga is a form of Sakti worshiped for her gracious as well as terrifying aspect.

Mother of the Universe, she represents the infinite power of the universe and is a symbol of a female dynamism. Shakti means strength, power, female energy; it is the female demonstration of the divine one. Shakti is the Mother Goddess – the source next to the masculine divinity, that represents the unchangeable one, the

Durga - Master-$20.00




Indian God Series

Ganga

Ganga is the goddess who is the incarnation of the Ganges, India's most sacred river.

She is the sister of Parvati, and has been linked as a consort of Agni, Vishnu, and Shiva. She is the mother of Jalamdhara through a union with the ocean. Hindus believe that by bathing in her holy waters, one's sins will be washed away.

Repeated ritualistic washings in the river will secure one a place in heaven. The ashes of the dead are spread over her.

She is usually represented as a beautiful woman with a fish's tail in place of her legs, and she rides on the Makara, a water monster.

Ganga - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Krishna

Keywords: erotic delights, sexual pleasures, love, music, saviour from sins.

Krishna is a deity worshiped across many traditions in Hinduism in a variety of perspectives.

While many Vaishnava groups recognize him as an avatar of Vishnu, other traditions within Krishnaism consider Krishna to be svayam bhagavan, or the Supreme Being.

Krishna - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Kubera

Keywords:Dwarf god of Earth and treasures of the earth enthroned in the Himalayas, fertility, wealth, treasure, minerals, gold, silver, jewels, pearls, precious stones.

In the Vedic times in Indian Mythology, Kubera was a being associated with evil.

He was envisaged to be the chief of all evil creatures living in darkness.

He still remained the king of the Yakshas. Today, in the Hindu pantheon, Kubera is widely known as the god appointed the guardian of the treasures of the gods.

Kubera - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Mitra

Keywords: god of the Sun, judge of man's deeds, rain, wind, rivers, the Sun, truth, justice, punishment, heavenly gifts, law, magick power, honesty, friendship, contracts, meetings.

Mitra and Varuna are both lords of the heaven. Together, they uphold the law, cause the cows to stream, the plants to flourish, and, scattering swift drops, send down the rain- flood.

Both are Adityas and mostly are invoked together probably because of their close friendship. The watchful twain, most potent, together uphold Rta or the moral order. “Firmly set in heaven is Mitra's home, and Aryaman's and Varuna's.

Thence, they give forth great vital strength which merits praise, high power of life that men shall praise.” We are informed from the hymns that Mitra stirs men to action and sustains both earth and heaven.

Mitra - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Parvati

Parvati is a Hindu goddess, also regarded as a representation of Shakti, albeit the gentle aspect of that goddess because she is a mother goddess. Parvati is considered as the supreme Divine Mother or Lordess and all other goddesses are referred to as her incarnations or manifestations. Shaktas consider her as the ultimate Divine Shakti —the embodiment of the total energy in the universe

Parvati - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Pushan

Keywords: marriage, journeys, roads, cattle, meetings, prosperity, material gain.

Pushan is a pastoral god.

He is the lord of the paths, who protects people from wild animals and makes their paths in solitary places pleasant to tread. He is described variously as a cloud born god, lord of the path, wonder worker, lord of all prosperity and wielder of golden sword.

He is often associated with Soma as the whole world protectors, one from above and the other from below.

Pushan stirs our thoughts and drives away our enemies.

Pushan - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Ribhus

Keywords: artisan elves, gods of crafts, horses and the Sun, herbs, crops, streams, creativity, blessings. The Ribhus are three semi-divine beings of the Rig Veda and the Atharvaveda, Ribhu, Vaja and Vibhvan, called collectively by the name of their leader. They are supposed to dwell in the solar sphere, and are the artists who formed the horses of Indra, the carriage of the Ashvins, and the miraculous cow of Brihaspati; they made their parents young, and performed other wonderful works; they are supposed to take their ease and remain idle for twelve days (the twelve intercalary days of the winter solstice) every year in the house of the Sun (Agohya), after which they recommence working.

Ribhus - Master-$10.00

Indian God Series

Rudra

Rudra is lord of beasts and is an ancient Vedic god of the dead and prince of demons, healing, herbs, death, disease, the jungle, wild animals, the woodlands, cattle, intelligence, song, sacrifice, creation, prosperity, thieves, storms, wind, judgment.

The Rudra of the Rig Veda is a militant god of storms and lightening and a provider of medicines.

Though he did not enjoy the same status as Indra, Rudra definitely enjoyed his own importance in the Vedic pantheon because of his tempestuous nature, his association with storms and storm gods called Maruts and his ability to bring medicines to the people to prolong their lives.

Rudra - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Saraswati

Keywords: Inventor of Sanskrit, discoverer of soma in the Himalayas, arts, science, music, poetry, learning, teaching.

Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge, music and the arts. Saraswati has been identified with the Vedic Saraswati River. She is considered as consort of Brahma, the god of creation.

Thus, with the goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati or Durga, she forms the Tridevi ("three goddesses"), who are consorts of the male trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, respectively. Saraswati's children are the Vedas, which are the oldest sacred texts of Hinduism.

Saraswati - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Savitr

The Gayatri mantra is addressed to Savitr of adorable splendour for the enlightenment of human consciousness.

Savitr is the most adorable, mysterious and effulgent god of mystic realms, who is considered to be the goal, the purpose and the object of meditation. When he descends into the consciousness, a golden disc with bright pointed rays, the inner world is lit up with the splendour of God and indescribable beauty.

Experienced people affirm that whenever and wherever the Gayatri mantra is uttered with devotion and sincerity, the whole atmosphere and the auras of the people who participate in the chanting are lit up in this splendorous manner by the golden rays that descend from above

Savitr - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Surya

Surya is the chief Sun god with the powers of understanding, waters, winds, complete dominion, blessings and spiritual enlightenment.

Surya is the blazing sun.

He is one of the Adityas, god among gods, the light that is most excellent, golden-coloured, who rides the skies in his golden chariot, drawn by seven bay horses, who are described in the hymns as the daughters of heaven.

He is said to be extremely brilliant, with radiant hair, who files in the skies like a bird and shines brightly like a jewel.

Giver of power and strength, destroyer of laziness and darkness, with bright light radiating from him, he knows all that lives.

Surya - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Tara

Goddess Tara is probably the oldest goddess who is still worshipped extensively in modern times. Tara originated as a Hindu goddess, the Mother Creator, representing the eternal life force that fuels all life.

The peaceful, compassionate White Tara gently protects and brings long life and peace. The more dynamic goddess, Green Tara is the "Mother Earth", and a fierce goddess who overcomes obstacles, and saves us from physical and spiritual danger.

Adopted by Buddhism, she become the most widely revered deity in the Tibetan pantheon. In Buddhist tradition, Tara is actually much greater than a goddess -- she is a female Buddha, an enlightened one was has attained the highest wisdom, capability and compassion. one who can take human form and who remains in oneness with the every living thing.

TARA - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Taweret

Taweret (also known as Tauret, Taurt, Taueret or Thoeris meaning the Great One) Taweret was a predynastic hippopotamus-goddess of pregnant women and childbirth.

She was also a mother-goddess who wore the solar disk and cow’s horns to symbolise how she helped in the daily rebirth of the sun. She was even called the Eye of Re, his daughter, and the mother of Osiris and Isis.

The goddess’s energies could also be used to charge water, crystals, jewellery, wands, candles etc. Simply hold in your hands what you wish to charge and activate the energies by intent.

Taweret - Master-$10.00

Indian God Series

Tvashtri

Tvashtri is the creator of all things and craftsman of the gods and created magickal weapons for the gods, arts and crafts, skill with the hands, creativity, source of all blessings, granter of prosperity.

Tvashtri is the artisan god of Hindu myth. He is the giver of life, forming husband and wife when they are born.

He was the son of Adita and the father of Surya, the sun god.

He created the three worlds with the shavings from the sun.

He created the moon to be the cup which held the divine drink Soma

Tvashtri - Master-$10.00




Indian God Series

Vajrapani

Vajrapani means holder of the thunderbolt or diamond scepter is a manifestation of Akshobhya, and is usually shown as dark blue in colour, with a crown of skulls and holding a Dorjey. Mamaki is the spiritual mother of Vajrapani.

It is known as god of rain. It is said that when the Naga (serpent) appeared before Buddha to listen to his teachings.

Vajrapani was charged by Tathagata to guard them from the attacks of their mortal enemies, the Garudas.

To deceive and combat the Garudas, Vajrapani assumed a form of head, wings and claws like the Garudas themselves. Hence, Vajrapani as the protector of Naga (serpents) looked upon as the rain god.

So, Northern Buddhists appeal when rain is needed or is too abundant. One can also find Vajrapani in Garuda form among the various forms of Vajrapani.

Vajrapani - Master-$10.00




ALL Indian 16 God Series - Master-$135.00

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