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kalikarma·a year agoPhoto

lionofchaeronea:

Sculpture (black schist with remnants of gesso and puja pigment) of the Hindu elephant-headed deity Ganesha.  Artist unknown; 13th or 14th century.  Now in the Dallas Museum of Art.

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shaktipeeth:

The Name of Kālī.

O mind, repeat her name: Kālī, Kālī.
Why do you not repeat the name
of her who destroys all danger?
Why do you forget?
Feel no fear of the vast ocean of existence,
for Kālī shall take you easily across this sea of life.
Do not fret, O mind: what is past is dead and gone.
Waste no time in vain pursuits,
but utter Kālī’s name without regret.
Casting dust into death’s eyes, cross the sea of life.
O mind, says Rāmprasād, why do you forget her?
Your time is coming to an end,
so repeat without end the name of Kālī.

Sri Rāmprasād Sen.
Poem translation: www.vedanta.org

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kalikarma·3 years agoPhoto

danielwamba:

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India (photographed)

Object history note

This photograph is part of a group of photographs (object numbers 1117-1910 to 3503-1910) which were taken as part of the ‘Archaeological Survey of India’ and which were received from the India Office in 1910

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Photograph depicting a figure of Kali at a temple in Chandika, India.

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kalikarma·4 years agoPhoto

from89:

“Wish you a happy new year, May every good present day,
Becomes a treasure for a better tomorrow,
Happy New Year!”

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kalikarma·5 years agoPhoto

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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