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Vaikuṇṭha Caturmūrti aspect of Lord Viṣṇu as the supreme being found in Kaśmira. The 4 faces constitute a human (mānava), a lion (siṁha)m a boar (varāha) and a demon (dānava) and 4 (or 8) arms. ca. 954 C Main Deity at Laksmana Temple Khajuraho, India

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from About.com Religion & Spirituality

In Search of the Supreme Being

Does God exist? What is the nature of this Supreme Being? Can you describe Him? In what ways can you achieve a union with God? Swami Atma, a French Yogi talks about the Advaita Vedanta, and the idea of Brahman to explain these fundamental concepts.

Lord Shiva represents the aspect of supreme being #omnamahshivaya #myoksha #mondaygod

According to Hindu mythology, Adi Parashakti—the Goddess, Devi—is the Supreme Being and recognized as Para Brahman.[3] The Devi Bhagwata Mahapurana suggests that Adi Parashakti is the original creator, observer and destroyer of whole universe. Hence Adi Parashakti is Param Prakriti. Parvati, the goddess of power is considered as her Sagun Swaroop (human form). That is to say that Parvati is the truest material form of the Goddess, possessing the three qualities (Sattva, rajas, or tamas).

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According to Hindu mythology, Adi Parashakti—the Goddess, Devi—is the Supreme Being and recognized as Para Brahman.[3] The Devi Bhagwata Mahapurana suggests that Adi Parashakti is the original creator, observer and destroyer of whole universe. Hence Adi Parashakti is Param Prakriti. Parvati, the goddess of power is considered as her Sagun Swaroop (human form). That is to say that Parvati is the truest material form of the Goddess, possessing the three qualities (Sattva, rajas, or tamas).

Lord Ganesha – The Hindu deity in a human form but with the head of an elephant – represents the power of the Supreme Being that removes obstacles and ensures success in human endeavors.

According to Hindu mythology, Adi Parashakti—the Goddess, Devi—is the Supreme Being and recognized as Para Brahman.[3] The Devi Bhagwata Mahapurana suggests that Adi Parashakti is the original creator, observer and destroyer of whole universe. Hence Adi Parashakti is Param Prakriti. Parvati, the goddess of power is considered as her Sagun Swaroop (human form). That is to say that Parvati is the truest material form of the Goddess, possessing the three qualities (Sattva, rajas, or tamas).

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