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Put your imagination into reality and you will create something beautiful - ✍Code Nemesis✍ This sculpture of Tara or also known as Jetsun Dölma was made in 11th century AD. Tara is the female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. Each head shows a form of Tara. Most widely known forms of Tara are : GREEN TARA known as the Buddha of enlightened activity WHITE TARA, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity RED TARA, of fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things BLACK TARA, associated with power YEllOW TARA associated with wealth and prosperity BLUE TARA, associated with transmutation of anger. Art Carving - Craft Product Craft Creativity Focus On Foreground Sculpture Statue Hanging Out History Historical Monuments Historical Building Historical Place Meusem Enjoying Life Capture The Moment Eye4photography  From My Point Of View Taking Photos Taking Pictures Showcase July EyeEm Best Shots Check This Out Sclupture No People Perspective
This sculpture depicts very interesting and adventurous incident from childhood days of lord Krishna while he was living in Virndavan. Kaliya the serpent used to live in Ramanaka Dwipa, but he had been driven away from there by fear of Garuda, the foe of all serpents. Garuda had been cursed by a yogi dwelling at Vrindavan so that he could not come to Vrindavan without meeting his death. Therefore Kliya chose Vrindavan as his residence, he came and started living in Yamuna river which was essential for water supply of Virndawan but because of his poisonous breath clean water turned into poisonous water hence scarcity of water rose in Virndhawan, everybody started staying away from Yamuna. One day Krishna convinced his friends to play ball near Yamuna and he intentionally threw the ball in the water and went in to get it. Kaliya saw him and wrapped himself around him, up there krishna's friend started to worry and went to call villagers. Krishna increased his size and became so huge that Kaliya had to release him. And started swimming up .In chase Kaliya rose out of water, when villagers saw him with his terrifying 100 heads they all got scared, Krishna was douching his attacks and then he sprang unto Kaliya's head and started to dance on his heads; Kaliya began to die. But then the serpent's wives came and prayed to Krishna for pardoning his life. Kaliya, recognizing the greatness of Krishna, surrendered himself and promised he would not come back to Yamuna again and will not create any nuisance. So Krishna pardoned him. (END) In a nearby temple there is very beautiful and huge sculpture of the same incident, I have that pic also but i clicked it way back with 2mp camera phone.In future when i will visit that temple, i will surly take a pic of it and post it. Krishna Kaliya Monochrome Blackandwhite Photography Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Black&white EyeEm Best Shots - Black + White Showcase July EyeEm Best Shots Taking Pictures Taking Photos From My Point Of View Eye4photography  Capture The Moment Hello World God Serpent Perspective Enjoying Life Meusem EyeEm Best Edits Sculpture Monochrome Photography
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