Hindu Mythology, Vedic and Puranic

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The Kurma or Tortoise Avatara 3. The Varaha or Boar Avatara 4. The Nrsirhha or Man-Lion Avatara 5. The Vamana or Dwarf Avatara 6. The Parasurama Avatara 7. The Ramacandra Avatara 8. The Krsna Avatara 9. The Balarama Avatara The Buddha Avatara The Kalki Avatara Jagannatha Caitanya Kamadeva VI. Siva : 1. Pancanana VII. Durga 2.

Dasabhuja 3. Simhavahini 4. Mahisamardini 5. Jagaddhatri 6. Kali 7. Muckrakes 8.


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Tara 9. Chinnamastaka Jagadgauri Pratyangira Annapurna Ganesajanani Sons of Siva and Parvati : 1. Ganesa 2. Karttikeya IX. The Puranic Account of the Creation X. The Divine Rsis : 1. Bhrgu 2.

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Pulastya 3. Pulaha 4. Kratu 5. Angiras 6. Marici 7. Atri 8.

Daksa 9. Vasistha Narada II. Kubera III. The Demi-gods of the Ramayana : 1.

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Sugriva 2. Hanuman 3. Nala 4. In "The Religions of India," M. Barth, regarding these as names of one and the same deity, thus describes him:— "Like Agni and Soma, he is born on the altar, and. At first sight it would seem that all this is a late product of abstract reflection; and it is probable, in fact, from the very form of the name, that in so far as it is a distinct person, the type is comparatively modern; in any case, it is peculiarly Indian; but by its elements it is connected with the most ancient conceptions.

As there is a power in the flame and the libation, so there is in the formula; and this formula the priest is not the only person to pronounce, any more than he is the only one to kindle Agni or shed Soma. There is a prayer in the thunder, and the gods, who know all things, are not ignorant of the power in the sacramental expressions. They possess all-potent spells that have remained hidden from men and are as ancient as the first rites, and it was by these the world was formed at first, and by which it is preserved up to the present. It is this omnipresent power of prayer which Brahmanaspati personifies, and it is not without reason that he is sometimes confounded with Agni, and especially with Indra.

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In reality each separate god and the priest himself become Brahmanaspati at the moment when they pronounce the mantras which gave them power over the things of heaven and of earth. Sometimes one name is used exclusively, sometimes they are used interchangeably, and sometimes they are used as though they represented quite distinct objects.


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It is supposed that Savitri refers to the sun when invisible; whilst Surya refers to him when he is visible to the worshippers.