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Hindu Mythology

Hitopadesha Tales - Choice of friends
Hitopadesha Tales - Choice of friends

Hitopadesha - Choice of friends

Hitopadesha Tales - How Jackal ate elephant

Hitopadesha Tales - How Jackal ate elephant

Karna
Karna

Karna

Kumbhakarna
Kumbhakarna

Kumbhakarna - Ravana's sleeping brother

Hanuman to the rescue
Hanuman to the rescue

Hanuman to the resue

Kalidasa
Kalidasa

Kalidasa - the famous scenarist

Krishna and Rukmini
Krishna and Rukmini

Lord Krishna and Rukmini

Krishna
Krishna

Lord Krishna

Karthikeya
Karthikeya

Karthikeya or Lord Muruga

Chandrashekar Azad
Chandrashekar Azad

Chandra Shekhar Azad About this sound pronunciation  (23 July 1906 – 27 February 1931), popularly known as Azad ("The Liberated"), was an Indian revolutionary who reorganised the Hindustan Republican Association under the new name of Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) after the death of its founder, Ram Prasad Bismil, and three other prominent party leaders, Roshan Singh, Rajendra Nath Lahiri and Ashfaqulla Khan. He is considered to be the mentor of Bhagat Singh and chief strategist of the HSRA.

Indra and Shibi
Indra and Shibi

Indra and Shibi

Harischandra
Harischandra

Harischandra

Gopal and the cowherd
Gopal and the cowherd

Gopal and the cowherd

Garuda
Garuda

Story of Garuda

Ganga
Ganga

Story of the Ganges

Ganesha
Ganesha

Lord Ganesha

Ayyappan
Ayyappan

Lord Ayyappan story

Elephanta
Elephanta

The Elephanta Caves (Marathi: ?????????? ????, Gharapurichya Lenee) are a network of sculpted caves located on Elephanta Island, or Gharapuri (literally "the city of caves") in Mumbai Harbour, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the east of the city of Mumbai in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The island, located on an arm of the Arabian Sea, consists of two groups of caves—the first is a large group of five Hindu caves, the second, a smaller group of two Buddhist caves. The Hindu caves contain rock cut stone sculptures, representing the Shaiva Hindu sect, dedicated to the god Shiva.[1][2]

Dhruva and Ashtavakra
Dhruva and Ashtavakra

Dhruva (?????) is a devotee of the god Vishnu according to Hindu mythology. Dhruva was the son of Utt?nap?da.[1] His tale is recorded in the Vishnu Purana and the Bhagavata Purana. Dhruva was born a son of the King Utt?nap?da (the son of Svayambhuva Manu) and his wife Suniti (or Sunrita, the daughter of Dharma). The king also had another son Uttama, born to his second queen Suruchi, who was the preferred object of his affection. Once, when Dhruva was a child of five years of age, the two princes playfully raced towards their father's lap. But, the headstrong Suruchi chided Dhruva and insulted him for trying to woo the attention of his father, when he did not deserve it because "he was not born to her." She further mocked at his plight, by asking him to redeem himself by seeking Vishnu's blessings.

Dashavatar
Dashavatar

Ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu - Dashavathar