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India | Modern print from the original negative, from the Cartier archives of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala (Delhi, ca. 1911)

Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala (cat. Delhi, c. modern print from original negative; 25 x cm, Cartier Archives, Paris, C.

The Maharajah of Narawanger with his famed Cartier necklace.

The Maharajah of Patiala Nationality: Indian Jewelry: This beautiful ceremonial necklace was commissioned from Cartier in The incredible central carat yellow De Beers diamond puts the other diamonds, topazes and rubies in the shade.

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☀ SHRI VISHNU GARUDA ॐ ☀ The deliverance of the elephant Gajendra Gajendra prayed:“The Supreme Personality of Godhead is realized by pure devotees who act in the transcendental existence of bhakti-yoga. He is the bestower of uncontaminated happiness.

Gajendra Moksha – Elephant Kings’ total Surrender  The elephant and the crocodile struggled for a thousand years. When a thousand years was over, the elephant began to tire, although the crocodile’s strength was still undiminished. Gajendra lost a lot of blood and he became very weak. He finally realized that only God could help him and called out to Lord Narayana(Vishnu). He started to pray to Lord Vishnu.

There are four main sects within Hinduism: Shaivism, Vaishnavism, Shaktism, Smartism, in which six main gods are worshiped

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Krishna, Celestial, Om

Gajendra Moksha

Ashmolean − Eastern Art Online, Yousef Jameel Centre for Islamic and Asian Art

Gajendra Motcham

Gajendra Motcham

An Illustration from the Bhagavata Purana: Gajendra moksha

An Illustration from the Bhagavata Purana: Gajendra moksha

Vishnu Saves Gajendra the Elephant King from the Crocodile Demon: Folio from a manuscript of the Gajendra Moksha (The Liberation of the Elephant King Gajendra) chapter of the Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord) India, Rajasthan, Ajmer 1640

Vishnu Saves Gajendra the Elephant King from the Crocodile Demon: Folio from a manuscript of the Gajendra Moksha (The Liberation of the Elephant King Gajendra) chapter of the Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord) India, Rajasthan, Ajmer 1640

My Story Court: Lord Vishnu rescues the elephant.(Gajendra Moksha)

My Story Court: Lord Vishnu rescues the elephant.

https://flic.kr/p/8nuvPg | The Salvation of the King of the Elephants | Accession Number: 1990:687 Display Title: The Salvation of the King of the Elephants Suite Name: Gajendra Moksha Media & Support: Opaque watercolor on paper Creation Date: ca. 1770 Creation Place/Subject: India State-Province: Rajasthan Court: Bundi School: Rajasthani Display Dimensions: 9 7/16 in. x 7 5/16 in. (24 cm x 18.6 cm) Credit Line: Edwin Binney 3rd Collection Label Copy: Gajendra, the King of the Elephants,...

hinducosmos: “ The Salvation of the King of the Elephants The young Vishnu (here depicted as Krishna) saves the elephant Gajendra from the clutches of the crocodile Makara. Bundi Painting, ca. San Diego Museum of Art. ” Gajendra Mokṣa A popular.

Gajendra Moksh by Vishnu with Garud

Moksha: This is the common image that represents moksha, which is the liberation from the cycle of reincarnation. Once you achieve moksha you go to be with Brahman.