Discussion in 'General Multimedia' started by Daredevil, Apr 6, 2009.
Westpac Stadium, Wellington.
President Pranab Mukherjee , Chandresh Katoch, Union Minister for Culture and others during the inauguration of world book fair, in New Delhi.
President Pranab Mukherjee at the Mughal Gardens during its opening for public, at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.
anyone know any art websites that have a lot of photography and other art for like ideas and stuff
websites kinda like pintrest and photobucket
and specific flicker sites? i like the strange kinda art
What is odd about this pic?
It is raining. Time to browse pics. . . . Hope no body sues me
awsom pic i love it realy its good..... River Side image is very good i like it
my cool Photography pic many more
The Rafale always fly too fast above my head or I don't have a camera with me !
This is my best shot so far . I called it : " Speed Excess"
My solo India journey
I started from Kolkata, then Varanasi, Khajuraho, Orchha , all the way westward, to Agra.... Delhi. What impressed me most is Rajasthan.
Could you pls advise what image is below? That was taken in Jaisalmer.
Is it Varaha, an avatar of Vishnu? @Indx TechStyle @Akshay_Fenix et al.
but it doesn't have four hands, as in below images I searched online --
Thanks for clarification!
......30 char rule sucks.........
It is Varaha - an Avatar of Vishnu
I invite all of u incl @ajaatshatru to clarify for me.
I read that Varaha (Vishnu's avatar) has four hands. But I see only two arms in the Jaisalmer one??!! Its snout(?) looks like a boar (?) but the long tail??
Is it Varaha or Hanuman? Thanks
Well, how correct I am I don't no. But I can tell you how I came to the conclusion. 1) picture you posted has a long tail..hanumanji has a one...varaha avatar never drawn with a tail. 2) in picture character is carrying a mountain on his hand..which a trademark of hanuman ji's pictures, whereas varah Ji always shown carrying earth on his big tusk like teeth. 3) on another hand, carrying another trademark of hanumanji I.e. gada.. 4) I am from Rajasthan.
PS: sorry for spelling mistakes.
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