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A sculpture of siva with Moustache at Archaeological Museum GOA

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Tantra. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Kalantaka

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Shiva Ayyadurai. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ardhanarishvara. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nataraja at Thanjavur Palace

Subramanya, Murugan, Skanda, Karthikeya

Side profile of Shiva with his face obscured and holding a serpent in his left hand

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A seated Shiva holds an axe and deer in his hands.

Etymology[edit]

Hatha yoga. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Vishnu. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Traditional Indian Print (family of Shiva) by Raja Ravi Varma (1848–1906) via Wikipedia.

Back profile of Shiva overlooking a huge lake, which is surrounded by snow-clad

Shiva shooting an arrow in front of a background showing fire burning through a battlefield

Other literature[edit]

A Shiva lingam with tripundra. "

Postures and vahana[edit]

Vedic literature[edit]

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Tamil mythology. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ganesha. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, ca. 1915

Chakra. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aghori. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tamizh Padam

The five prime deities of Smartas in a Ganesha-centric Panchayatana: Ganesha (centre) with Shiva (top left), Devi or Durga (top right), Vishnu (bottom left) ...

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Sivasakthi

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Ardhanarishvara sculpture, Khajuraho, depicting Shiva with goddess Parvati as his equal half.

Jayadratha. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sambandar

Three-headed Shiva, Gandhara, 2nd century AD

Sivakumar. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chandi. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nandi Flag, the official flag of Hindu Saivites all over the world

Kali. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kalantaka-Shiva emerges as Yama's noose touches the Thirukkadavoor linga.

... of the Indus Valley archaeological site in the Indus Valley has drawn attention as a possible representation of a "yogi" or "proto-Shiva" figure.

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Mohini. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Dadhichi

Aundha Nagnath Temple

Agni. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Krishna

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Shiva with Parvati. Shiva is depicted three-eyed, the Ganges flowing through his matted hair, wearing ornaments of serpents and a skull garland, ...

Ekamukhalinga (Shiva linga with one face), Afghanistan

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Narayana. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Statute of Anne came into force in 1710

A view of north-side gopuram and pond of the temple

... Andhra Pradesh) has been dated to between the 3rd and 1st century BCE. The phallic pillar is anatomically accurate and depicts Shiva with an antelope ...

Dev Anand. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kung Fu Yoga. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Smashana Kali[edit]

Trademark registration[edit]

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A Trident of Lord Shiva outside the Gavi Gangadhareshwara temple at Bangalore.

Vivegam. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sathya Sai Baba. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Entrance to Batu Caves with the Murugan statue

Chariot at Male Mahadeshwara Hills