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Hindu art is a form of religious art that is based off of the principles of Hinduism. This diverse faith has produced art that has amazed audiences worldwide with its fascinating subject matter and luscious depictions of the interactions between gods and mankind.

Hindu art is not only the depiction of gods and goddesses that are worshiped by believers of the Hindu faith but also includes art that's based off of the four sacred principles that every person should aspire to in their lifetime. These principles are dharma, known as righteous living, artha, translated as worldly wealth gained through a profession, kama, or love, and moksha, or spiritual growth. These principles are prevalent throughout Hindu art and the portrayal of the various deities that they worship is considered to only depict one of these principles, moksha.

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Namaste
by Kimberly Glover
14" x 14"
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Yoga V5
by LightBoxJournal
16" x 16"
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Chakra Harmony
by Unknown
14" x 14"
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Major and Minor Chakra Points
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Muladhara - Root Chakra, Support
by Veruca Salt
14" x 14"
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Bliss II
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 12"
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Bliss III
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 12"
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Bliss IV
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 12"
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Your Soul Knows Your Exact Plan
by The Joy Of Yoga For Life
20" x 11"
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Yoga
by Ata Alishahi
24" x 18"
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Constant Practice is the Secret of Success
by Unknown
12" x 12"
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Seven Main Chakra Points
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Spirit Of Truth
by Shari White
12" x 12"
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Yoga V1 2
by LightBoxJournal
16" x 16"
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Chakras Yoga Symbol Vishudda
by LightBoxJournal
16" x 16"
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Ramayana murals in a palace, Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Decorated wall of a temple, Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Svadhisthana - Sacral Chakra, Sweetness
by Veruca Salt
14" x 14"
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Anahata - Heart Chakra, Flawless
by Veruca Salt
14" x 14"
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Detail of Wall Mural at a Buddhist Temple, Taegu, South Korea
by Jaynes Gallery / Danita Delimont
21" x 14"
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Q'uan Yin
by Liz Jardine
26" x 39"
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Wine and Yoga
by Jan Weiss
12" x 15"
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Gypsy Yoga V2 3
by LightBoxJournal
16" x 16"
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Manipura - Solar Plexus Chakra, Sparkling Jewel
by Veruca Salt
14" x 14"
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Abbot of Watkun Meditating
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Alone Time II
by Grace Popp
20" x 20"
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Indoor Asana II
by Grace Popp
12" x 12"
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Indoor Asana I
by Grace Popp
12" x 12"
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Namaste Home III
by Grace Popp
12" x 12"
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Namaste Home I
by Grace Popp
12" x 12"
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Namaste Home II
by Grace Popp
12" x 12"
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Path to Enlightenment I
by Melissa Wang
18" x 18"
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Path to Enlightenment II
by Melissa Wang
18" x 18"
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Bliss I
by Chariklia Zarris
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Yoga Pose I
by Sisa Jasper
20" x 26"
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Common symbols that occur in Hindu art are the lotus flower, the various reincarnations of gods and goddesses, and extra limbs such as arms or heads. The lotus flower represents beauty and a detachment from worldly cares and concerns, which is similar to its meaning in Buddhist cultures. The depictions of reincarnation used in Hindu can be confusing for those who don't share the religious view that it was meant to be viewed in. However, the same god or goddess can feature several different reincarnations that illustrate to the viewer how that deity came to achieve their final perfection. One of the gods to receive this treatment is the god Vishnu, whose final reincarnation, Shiva, is one of the most iconic gods of the Hindu faith among unbelievers. The use of multiple limbs shows different aspects of the gods and goddesses that are being glorified. A classic example of this is in the case of Shiva, whose occasional portrayal in art as having a third eye represents the omnipotent and limitless knowledge that this god has.

Hindu art is as fascinating and multifaceted as the religion it depicts and has created some of the most unique art the world has ever encountered.
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