Portal:Hinduism/Selected picture

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Selected pictures list[edit]

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Ganesh mimarjanam EDITED.jpg
Credit: Vijay Bandari
Street festivities in Hyderabad, India during the festival of Ganesha Chaturthi
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Rama breaking Lord Shiva's bow, from the Ramayana.
Credit: Skildring
Rama breaking Lord Shiva's bow, from the Ramayana.
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Ravi Varma-Ravana Sita Jathayu.jpg
Credit: Ranveig
A scene of the Ramayan depicting Ravana defeating the bird Jatayu while the captive Sita despairs.
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Radhakrishna manor.JPG
Credit: Krishna

Krishna and Radha at temple.

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Brahma carving from Halebid in Karnataka.
Credit: Skildring
A sculpture of Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, from Halebid in Karnataka.
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Varanasi, India as seen from Ganga river.
Credit: Marcin Białek
Varanasi, India as seen from Ganges river
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Hindu marriage ceremony offering.jpg
Credit: Jaisingh Rathore
Hindu wedding, ceremonial offerings
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Portal:Hinduism/Selected picture/8

The Hindu goddess of wealth and beauty; Lakshmi.
Credit: Ranveig
The Hindu goddess of wealth and beauty; Lakshmi.
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Krishna, Radha and the Gopis celebrating Holi.
Credit: Ranveig
Krishna, Radha and the Gopis celebrating Holi.
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A man praying in the sacred river Ganges.
Credit: Ranveig
A man praying in the sacred Ganges River.

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Sculpture of Hanuman in Terra cotta.
Credit: Pamri
Sculpture of Hanuman in Terra cotta.
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Early morning on the Ganges river
Credit: John Hill
Early morning on the Ganges river.
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Portal:Hinduism/Selected picture/13

Saraswati.jpg
Credit: Raja Ravi Verma
Depiction of the Goddess Saraswati
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Credit: Jonoikobangali
Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Kolkata
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A Sadhu in Varanasi, India
Credit: Pierre-Emmanuel BOITON
A Sadhu in Varanasi, India
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Akshardham Delhi.jpg
Credit:

The Swaminarayan sect's Akshardham Temple in Delhi, according the Guinness World Records is the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple

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Sripuram Temple Full View.jpg
Credit: Dsudhakar555

The Golden Temple of Mahalakshmi at Vellore.

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Kumbh Mela gathering
Credit: Coupdoeil / Philipp Eyer

The largest religious gathering ever held on Earth in Kumbh Mela

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Rameswaram Temple Inside.jpg
Credit: Mathanagopal

The inside view of Rameshwaram temple

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Close up view of Bhutanatha temple at Badami, Karnataka, India.jpg
Credit: Tourism Ministry,GOI

Hindu temple sites cover a wide range. The most common sites are those near water bodies, embedded in nature, such as the above at Badami, Karnataka.

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