Indian Mythology

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The tantrik sow-Goddess

varahi

Varahi is a goddess described as having the head of a sow and pendulous breasts and pot belly and anywhere from two to six arms bearing many weapons, which includes a trident, a noose, a mace, a discus, who sometimes holds a child in her arms, and is often shown riding a buffalo.

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Here comes Narada

narada

The tragedy of man is that in the pursuit of Narayani, he has forgotten Narayan. To draw attention to this is the mission of the wily sage, Narada.

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God of Sunday

surya

Why was the first day of the week associated with the Sun, no one knows. It is one of those mysteries of history that remain unresolved.

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The Yakshi’s solicitation

yakshi

Many say that yakshi may have been the ghost of a woman who died of heartbreak and so stayed trapped in the land of the living seducing young men, taking revenge against all men, for what one man did to her.

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