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Hindu / Indian Arts & Culture - Hinduism - About.com
Explore the world of Hindu/Indian Art & Culture from painting & sculpture and beauty & decoration to movies, music and performing arts.
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Hinduism: Life & Culture
In this section, we will guide you through the various facets of the Hindu way of life that permeates the arts and culture of India, including its colorful celebrations,  ...
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Sacred Symbols in Hindu Art and Culture - Hinduism - About.com
Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami writes about the endearing images embodying intuitions of the spirit that adorn Hindu art, architecture and iconography.
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Sacred Symbols of Hinduism - Image Gallery of Hindu Icons
Endearing images embodying intuitions of the spirit that adorn Hindu art, architecture and iconography. Written by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, and ...
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Hinduism: Beliefs, Practices, Culture, Celebrations
Mudras are symbolic hand gestures used in Hinduism iconography, performing arts, and spiritual practice, including yoga, dance, drama and tantra.
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Important Hindu Symbols and Meanings - Hinduism - About.com
Hinduism employs the art of symbolism with amazing effect. No religion is so replete with symbols as this ancient religion. And all Hindus are touched by this ...
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Bindi (Indian Forehead Art) History and Significance - Hinduism
Hindus attach great importance to this ornamental dot on the forehead ... Hindu Temples & Organizations · Hindu / Indian Arts & Culture · Matrimonials & ...
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Holy Cows: Hinduism's Blessed Bovines - About.com
The hump, long ears and bushy tail distinguish the Indian cow. ... cities, and few Hindus would be ready to even taste cattle meat, for socio-cultural reasons.
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The Real Meaning and Significance of "Namaste!" - Hinduism
'Namaste' or 'namaskar' is the Hindu way of greeting each other. It is not a ... About.com · About Religion & Spirituality · Hinduism · Hindu / Indian Arts & Culture ...
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Nataraj: Symbolism of the Dancing Shiva - Hinduism - About.com
... the dancing form of Lord Shiva, is a symbolic synthesis of the most important aspects of Hinduism and Indian culture, developed by 9th and 10th century artists  ...
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