1. An address of reverence for a religious man, 2. A monk
Consort or Divine Energy of Shrīkrushṇa,
Fifth day of either Hindu lunar half-month,
The Primal Mother, Goddess Pārvatī – wife of Deity Shiva,
1. Mark of Divine glory with respect to a Saint or God with all His powers, 2. Shakti (Divine Energy), beauty, virtues etc, 3. Respectful way of addressing a Deity.
In Sanskrut, the word Hindu is broken up as hin + du. 'Hin' means to remove and 'du' means darkness. In other words, anyone who makes efforts to remove the darkness of spiritual ignorance (that is, a seeker), is a Hindu.
1.The ‘Destroyer’ in the trinity of Hindu Deities, the other two are Brahmā and Shrīvishṇu, 2. Principle of Dissolution
The famous and much worshipped Deity, a form of Shrīvishṇu, in the temple at Pandharpur, Maharashtra
A rectangular piece of unstitched cloth, usually around 4-5 metres long, wrapped around the waist and the legs and knotted at the waist by Hindus.