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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Brahma The Trimurti The Tridevi Sarawasti Knowledge, music, arts, wisdom and learning The Destroyer The Preserver, embodiment of mercy and goodness Vishnu The Creator Parvati Love, Devotion, Power, Magic wealth, love, prosperity (material and spiritual), fortune, light, and is theembodiment of beauty. In order to create theworld and producethe human race, Brahma made a goddess out of himself. One half was woman and the other half was man. "The goddess Parvati is one of the many forms of Shakti, the unknowablebut enliveningfeminine force in Hindumythology, the feminine energy of the universe." Lakshmi Yantras are geometricalpatterns that produce theenergy associated with adeity. Meditation on theSaraswati yantra is usuallyperformed by artists and bystudents. The overall light-blue colors stimulate serenity and sensitivity. The eight lotus petals represent the eigthfolded nature of the universe, the elements and qualities with which the artists works. The light violet color relates to higher knowledge.The peacock stands for knowledge while the swan represents the creative sense. The parrot is added also because of the relationship to secret knowledge. Festivals of Diwali and Sharad Purnima. Lakshmi is reborn each time Vishnu is incarnated. Lakshmi was Sita to Rama, andRukmini to Krishna. Hid in the sea when the gods went into exile, Lakshmi was reborn during The Churning of the Ocean. When the good and bad forcesare uneven within the universethe gods often ask Vishnu toset balance again. Each timethat happens Vishnu is incarnated. He has aroundten important avatars.Some of his incarnationswere known as Krishna and Bhudda Shiva Shiva is associated with meditation. He standsfor letting go of everythingin the "world of forms",death and destructionbut also letting go of oldhabits and attachments. Hindu Gods and Goddesses
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