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Nataraja, moderating Panchakritya, the supreme being of Siddhantism.
Nataraja, moderating Panchakritya, the supreme being of Siddhantism.
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Shiva (above) is the primary deity of Shaivism.
Shiva (above) is the primary deity of Shaivism.
The "Pashupati" seal from the Indus Valley civilisation.
The "Pashupati" seal from the Indus Valley civilisation.
Kushan coin of Vima Kadphises (2nd century CE), with a possible Shiva, holding a trident, in ithyphallic state and next to a bull, his mount, as in Sh
Kushan coin of Vima Kadphises (2nd century CE), with a possible Shiva, holding a trident, in ithyphallic state and next to a bull, his mount, as in Shaivism. The deity was described by the later Kushans in their coinage as "Oesho", a possibly kushan deity.
Shiva (middle) is the supreme being of Shaivism, accompanied by his son Ganesha (left) and consort Parvati (right). Painting by Raja Ravi Varma.
Shiva (middle) is the supreme being of Shaivism, accompanied by his son Ganesha (left) and consort Parvati (right). Painting by Raja Ravi Varma.