Archiv für den Tag September 24, 2010

Índia – Deuses Índianos

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Porta-Chá Buda
Porta-Chá Buda

Porta-Chá Ganesh
Porta-Chá Ganesh

Caixa Buda Espelhada Craquelada
Caixa Buda Espelhada Craquelada
Boneca Kokeshi - Miyake (Determinada) - 13cm
Boneca Kokeshi – Miyake

Boneca Mensageira Fashion “Apaixone-se”
Boneca Mensageira Fashion “Cuide-se”

Buda com Painel Madeira estilo Indiano
Buda com Painel Madeira estilo Indiano
Quadro Face de Buda
Quadro Face de Buda
Buda em Pé Namastê
Buda em Pé Namastê
Amuleto para Oratório Buda Dourado Mini
Amuleto para Oratório Buda Dourado Mini
Buda Crocodilo Wood Cave
Buda Crocodilo Wood Cave
Buda da Saude
Buda da Saude

Buda em Bronze
Buda em Bronze

Buda Gold
Buda Gold
Buda Gold Espelhado em Madeira
Buda Gold Espelhado em Madeira

Buda Thai Brown
Buda Thai Brown
Cabeça de Buda
Cabeça de Buda

Buda Thai Gold
Buda Thai Gold

Par de Mudra Gold Vertical
Par de Mudra Gold Vertical

Quadro Face de Buda Colorido
Quadro Face de Buda Colorid
Buda de Pedra Branco
Buda de Pedra Branco
Deusa Ajoelhada Gold
Deusa Ajoelhada Gold
Casal Rama e Sita Patina Gold
Casal Rama e Sita Patina Gold

Deus Dewata Black Gold
Deus Dewata Black Gold

Deusa do Beijo Especial com Base
Deusa do Beijo Especial com Base

Deusa Suryat
Deusa Suryat

Painel Casal de Rama e Sita Patina - 1metro
Painel Casal de Rama e Sita Patina – 1metro

Painel Casal de Rama e Sita Patina - 70cm
Painel Casal de Rama e Sita Patina – 70cm


fonte: www.lojatemplozen.com.br

Porta-Chá Ganesh
Porta-Chá Ganesh

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Lord Ganesha

Ganesha also spelled “Ganesa” or “Ganesh”and also known as Ganapati,Vinayaka and Pillaiyar, is one of the best-known and most widely worshipped gods in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India. Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused to Jains, buddists, hindus and beyond India. Although Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. Ganesha has got a mouse or a rat which is the transporter (vahana). He has an elephant head with a curved trunk and big ears and the huge pot-bellied body of a human being.
Do you know the story of how Ganesha got his elepant head?
Once goddess Parvati, created a boy out of dirt and ordered him to guard the entrance to her bathroom while she was bathing. When Shiva, her husband returned, he was very angry because of the strange boy who blocked his way. He cut off the boy’s head. Parvati broke down in utter brief and to cool her, Shiva fixed the head of an elephant to the body of the boy and restored him to life. Shiva also bestowed a boon that people would worship the elephant-boy and seek his blessings before undertaking any new venture.
There is an annual festival which honours Ganesha. It falls in late August or early September.It is called the “Vinayagar Chaturthi”.
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Lord Ganesha

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Baby Ganesha

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From Shri Siddhivinayaka Temple (Mumbai) website.

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Image on the right, from Shri Siddivinayaka Temple (Mumbai)

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