Ganesha - removedor de todos os obstáculos, a divindade da sabedoria intelecto, e novos começos

Ganesha - removedor de todos os obstáculos, a divindade da sabedoria intelecto, e novos começos

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DEUSES INDIANOS - Significado e Simbolismo

DEUSES INDIANOS - Significado e Simbolismo

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"If you watch the way you use speech in your own life, you will notice that most of your speech takes you out  of the present moment into the past or future… Words are often used as fences to keep us from being with one another."    —  Swami Ajaya

"If you watch the way you use speech in your own life, you will notice that most of your speech takes you out of the present moment into the past or future… Words are often used as fences to keep us from being with one another." — Swami Ajaya

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This is a famous painting of Ganesh. He is holding up the world. …

This is a famous painting of Ganesh. He is holding up the world. …

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Yashoda (Sanskrit: यशोदा) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is described that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kansa.

Yashoda (Sanskrit: यशोदा) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is described that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kansa.

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