That of God. Hinduism speaks of Polytheism,Henotheism,Monotheism,Dualism and Non Dualism. It speaks of principle as the Realiy, yet advocates worship of God as well. ord Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita says that ‘Whatever God you pray, I shall, in the form of That God shall give you the fruits in that Form” Does this mean God is only an imaginary Concept?
Pensive Lord Shiva.... ~ *In Penance* ~ A long time, Now it has been, While time's winds blow. He was my shelter and protection, When storms were unkind, There was serenity here, Where the clearest waters of the Earth flow, They gifted me with purity and calming peace of mind. A Friend to me, For my days here were made sweet by the Lord's prescence; In Spirit, Truth, Works & Rhythm, Our hearts were united together during this time... of Penance. ~ Jai Krishna Ponnappan
Krishna and Kaliya the Demon Serpent. In this story Krishna, the ultimate manifestation of the Hindu God-head is exorcising a ferocious malevolent entity in serpent form who had terrorized the villagers, poisoned the waters, and killed all the nearby wildlife - even birds flying by overhead.