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Yama's Lieutenant by Anuja Chandramouli

​This might be a highly inappropriate analogy, but to me Yama’s Lieutenant atleast in parts, felt like Devil May Cry with Hindu pantheon. Though there is no Virgil for our Dante, he is equipped with two four-eyed hounds from hell, Chandrama and Suryama, for Ebony and Ivory. 246 more words

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Judging A Book By Its Cover: Ramayana

This is my weekly post where I highlight and appreciate cover designs and the general physical appearance of books. We all judge book covers to some extent. 179 more words

Judging A Book

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Check out Milliebot Reads's recent post on the art in Ramayana: Divine Loophole by Sanjay Patel.

Judging A Book By Its Cover: Ramayana

This is my weekly post where I highlight and appreciate cover designs and the general physical appearance of books. We all judge book covers to some extent. 179 more words

Judging A Book

A Big Fish Story: Matsya, the First Avatar

Mythologicaly  speaking, the Hindu God Vishnu had ten Earthly incarnations. While the two of us at Mythcrafts have gotten fairly burned out on doing series (for example, the… 383 more words

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Ganesha: Benevolent, Like Most Elephants

Imagine you’re a child, made from the dead skin of a Goddess.

Imagine you’ve been given one instruction: don’t let Him in.

Not while I’m bathing, showering in my sacred springs. 569 more words

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Mythili

Mythili is an Indian female name likely meaning “princess of Mithila”, Mithila being the name of a kingdom in which she was found. Mithila seems to mean “soil”. 134 more words

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Varun

Varun is an Indian male name, a variant of Varuna, the name of an ancient Hindu god, one of the oldest in Hindu myth, who was the supreme leader of the cosmos, god of the sky, rain, celestial ocean, a well as keeper of the law and the underworld, responsible for the moral laws of the universe. 121 more words

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