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Digital Art Pictures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses – Online Gallery

Digital Art Pictures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses with Shabda mantras and Beeja mantras in Devanagari is created by Rajesh Srivatsa. The present set of ten images are based on Agni Durga, Bhadra Ganesh, Ganesha, Karyasiddhi Hanuman, Krishna, Naga, Narasimha, Shiva, Surya and Varaha. The symbols, colors and details used in the images are taken from both the Puranic and Tantric scriptures.
The images are available for sale and you can find more details about the images and buy them here. The online gallery is owned by Raghavendra Reddy.The images are copyrighted to Rajesh Srivatsa.

Bhagavad Gita now available in rare Rajbangshi Language Spoken in Nepal

Rajbangshi Language is spoken by some communities living in Eastern Nepal and northern parts of West Bengal in India. It is estimated that around 300,000 people speak the Rajbangshi. The sacred Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita has now been translated into Rajbangshi Language by Pawan Rajbanshi, a journalist from Jhapa in eastern Nepal.Earlier the people who speak Rajbangshi Language used to read the Bhagavad Gita in Nepali, Bengali, Hindi or English. This new translation will enrich the Rajbangshi Language and take the Bhagavad Gita to more common people in the community. Rajbanshis mainly live in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari in Eastern Nepal and in some parts of West Bengal. You May Also Like To ReadBhagavad Gita and Wealth CreationDownload Bhagavad Gita in TamilDownload Bhagavad Gita in HindiDownload Bhagavad Gita in English with commentary by Swami Chinmayananda

Quotes from Suktimala

The sun is decorative to the sky;
The bee is decorative to a garden of flowers;
Truth is decorative to speech;
Charity is decorative to wealth;
Friendship is decorative to the mind;
Love is decorative to the spring season;
Good words and proverbs are decorative to an assembly;
Modesty is decorative to all qualities.Ask for good qualities, not for beauty.
Ask for good character, and not the family.
Ask for achievements, and not the amount of studies.
Ask for enjoyment, and not the wealth.Suktimala