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Monday, November 17, 2008

Gangaji Wallpapers

Ganga Wallpapers

Ganga is the deity of river Ganges, India’s mainly blessed body of water. Hindus consider that swim in her holy waters will help swab one’s sins left, and therefore they perform frequent ritualistic washings in the waterway to spring water giant.

Ganga’s power to swab away sins and release is so powerful held that ashes of the dead are increase above her. Ganga is typically represented as an attractive woman with a fish’s tail in place of legs, and she rides on the Makara, which is a water monster.

Here is some short story about the basis of Ganga. The God Vishnu once heard Shiva have fun with tumbler. Vishnu was deep in thought by the song that his feet begin to melt. Brahma had fixed the liquefied section of Vishnu in a pot and since it shaped Ganga. Therefore Ganga is called as Vishnu-padi.

From the beginning onwards Ganga flow only in the paradise, however he was prepared to go down to earth. Not wanting to, she threatened to flood the complete world. The gods were so anxious of her that they required the help of Shiva.

Shiva broke descend of Ganga by capture her in his powerful hair. While then, Ganga live on top of Shiva’s head as his next wife, the first wife is Parvati.

The more holy rivers for Hindu are, Yamuna, Saryu, Sindhu, Godavari, Kaveri, Narmada, Gomti, and Brahmaputra.

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