Rama is the seventh avatar of the God Vishnu in Hinduism, and a king of Ayodhya in Hindu scriptures. Along with Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Rama is considered to be the most important avatar of Vishnu. He is also one of the most popular gods in Hinduism and is widely worshipped throughout Nepal and India.

Rama is the seventh avatar of the God Vishnu in Hinduism, and a king of Ayodhya in Hindu scriptures. Along with Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Rama is considered to be the most important avatar of Vishnu. He is also one of the most popular gods in Hinduism and is widely worshipped throughout Nepal and India.

Tilottama is an Apsara (celestial nymph) in Hindu mythology. "Tila" is the Sanskrit word for sesame seed or a bit and "uttama" means better or higher. Tilottama therefore means the being whose smallest particle is the finest or one who is composed of the finest and highest qualities. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Tilottama is described to have been created by the divine architect Vishwakarma, at Brahma's request, by taking the best quality of everything as the ingredients.

Tilottama is an Apsara (celestial nymph) in Hindu mythology. "Tila" is the Sanskrit word for sesame seed or a bit and "uttama" means better or higher. Tilottama therefore means the being whose smallest particle is the finest or one who is composed of the finest and highest qualities. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Tilottama is described to have been created by the divine architect Vishwakarma, at Brahma's request, by taking the best quality of everything as the ingredients.

Surabhi or Kamadhenu, the magic wish-granting cow. The bull of Shiva and the tiger of Durga are about to be suckled. From a series of 100 drawings of Hindu deities created in South India.

Surabhi or Kamadhenu, the magic wish-granting cow. The bull of Shiva and the tiger of Durga are about to be suckled. From a series of 100 drawings of Hindu deities created in South India.

Nepalese depiction of the Hindu goddess #Kālī in sexual union with Bhairava, the wrathful form of Śiva, on a funeral pyre in the burning ground. In her hands she holds a Khadga (scimitar) and a human head; She is menstruating and two blood streams come out of her mouth. Bhairava holds a sword and a shell. Under the Wrathful is the white form of Śiva, with four arms and wearing a tiger skin, holding in his hands a Trishula and a Dhamaru drum.

Nepalese depiction of the Hindu goddess #Kālī in sexual union with Bhairava, the wrathful form of Śiva, on a funeral pyre in the burning ground. In her hands she holds a Khadga (scimitar) and a human head; She is menstruating and two blood streams come out of her mouth. Bhairava holds a sword and a shell. Under the Wrathful is the white form of Śiva, with four arms and wearing a tiger skin, holding in his hands a Trishula and a Dhamaru drum.

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