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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Garuda God

Garuda God

Hindu God Garuda is the King of the birds as he preserves mock the twist with the rate of his escape. Garuda is one of the three main animal gods in the Hindu myths, evolved behind Vedic stage in Indian history. The further two are Ganesh or Ganesha the elephant-headed god, and Hanuman, the monkey spirit.

Garuda has the heads, wings, talons, and beak of an eagle and the body and also limbs of a man. Garuda has a white face, red wings and Golden body.

Garuda is well known by further name Vinayaka, which he split with Lord Ganesh. Therefore, this god-bird is thinking to be remover of difficulty. Garuda is not independently worshipped as an independent god. Garuda is worshipped jointly with Vishnu. His Images is located near Vishnu in temples and in pictures he is represent transport Vishnu in the sky on its back.

The senior brother of Garuda is Urud or we can say Aruna, who is charioteer of Surya, the sun deity. Garuda’s son is Jatayu. This bird ( Jatayu) try to release Sita, when Ravana was fleering behind capture her. Ravana fights him and wounds him seriously.

While the serpents got the amrita they were delighted and large Vinata. Garuda got his mother reverse although he becomes a confirmed rival of the serpents, the sons of his mother’s rival Kadru. Also the serpents, the Nagas, represent evil and that mechanically invoked Garuda’s hate.

Photo of God Garuda

Hindu God Garuda Photo

God Garuda Wallpaper

God Garuda Photo

God Garuda

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Garuda Photo

Garuda God Wallpaper

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