HINDU MYTHS

Dallapiccola, Anna L.

British Museum Publ.

2003

80 pàgines

Format: Rustega

ISBN: 9780714124087

Idioma: Anglès

Matèria: Art africà / oriental

Hindu myths have been adapted over the centuries to incorporate new or revised characters, and they continue to play a central role in modern Indian life. Retold here in their colorful and dramatic splendor, the Hindu myths touch on the key narrative themes of creation, preservation, destruction, delusion, and the bestowal of grace. They also portray the main deities of the Hindu pantheon- Shiva, Vishnu, and Devi- and their relationships with antigods, nymphs, and ascetics. Drawn from a variety of sources, most notably the encyclopedic Puranas, the myths range from the early centuries A.D. to the sixteenth century, conveying their enduring appeal and the religious teachings derived from them.

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