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Photo of Udupi Sri Krishna Idol – Pictures of Udupi Sri Krishna Murti

Below are the photos of Udupi Sri Krishna Idol that is worshipped in the famous Udupi Sri Krishna Temple in Karnataka. The pictures of the black stone murti of Sri Krishna are captivating. Click on the image for a larger view: Udupi Sri Krishna Idol Image Udupi Sri Krishna Murti Picture Udupi Sri Krishna Picture Related Vittal Pindi at Udupi Sri Krishna Temple during Sri Krishna Janmashtami

Simha Rashi Mantra in Hindi – Simha Rashi Mantra

Simha Rashi is the fifth among the 12 moon signs as per traditional Hindu astrology. This Simha Rashi Mantra in Hindi is the mool mantra and is chanted for overcoming all astrological related troubles that the Rashi person is facing. The mantra can be chanted while performing daily prayers. The mantra is highly meritorious and helps in avoiding danger, getting jobs and solving marriage related problems. Simha Rashi Mantra in Hindi

Navratri Tattoo Design

The latest craze during Navratri is Tattoo. It is more popular in Gujarat and majority of the Navratri tattoo design are temporary. Artists main create images of dandiya dancing posture, Sri Krishna and Radha, peacocks and dandiya sticks. Tattoo artists charge from 250 to 2000 depending on the designs. As the design gets complex the charge increases. Apart from the normal dandya raas tattoo other popular tattoos include butterfly, star, flowers, floral patterns, tribal designs and other symbols associated with Navratri. One needs to be careful before deciding to get a tattoo done. Some people might develop skin allergy – rashes due to the paint used. The tattoo is mainly depicted on back and hands.

Chandraghanta Mata – Information about Goddess Chandraghanta

Chandraghanta Mata is a manifestation of Mother Goddess Shakti. She is the third among the Navadurgas and is worshipped on the thirdday during Navratri . Goddess Chandraghanta gets the name as on forehead there is a symbol of half moon. Chandraghanta Mata is a three-eyed goddess and she has ten arms. She holds lotus, bow, arrow, sword, water pot, trident and mace. Two of her hands are in abhaya hasta and varada hasta. She rides a tiger. The goddess has golden color and wears red color sari. She wears a garland made of white flowers and has a well-ornate crown. Chandraghanta Mata is depicted as one who is ready for battle. Her roars awoke fear in demons. Related Goddess Chandraghanta Mantra