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  • Bagalamukhi - The goddess of black magic, poisons, and her symbolism. Contains her yantra and mantra.
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  • Bhairava - The terrifying God, his different manifestations, and pooja rituals. Contains images of the deity.
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  • Cchinnamasta - The goddess who is one of the Dasa Maha Vidyas and her worship. Includes the yantra and mantra of the goddess.
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  • Dattatreya - The history, legend, and teachings of the god who is the author of Avadhuta Gita and Jivanmukta Gita.
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  • Friesian School: Devotionalistic Gods in Hinduism - Different aspects of the Gods are explained in this research article.
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  • Goddess Pongi Amma - The history and legend of Valli Malai, home to goddess Valli Amma or Pongi, beloved of Lord Murugan. Includes a photo gallery.
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  • Hindu Net: Forms of God - Information on the concept of God and links to various Gods and Goddesses.
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  • Indian Heritage: Gods and Hinduism - Links to different Gods and Goddesses, their stories and navagrahams.
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  • Indra - Information about the God Indra. Includes images.
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  • Maa Santoshi - The story of the Goddess, her worship, and temples. Includes a photo gallery.
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  • Shree Kshetra; Narayanpur - Articles about Sri Dattatreya.
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  • Shri Osiya Mataji - About the Deity and the temple located in Osiya, Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.
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  • Spiritual Corner - Gods and Goddesses, picture gallery, slokas, devotional songs and festivals.
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  • Sree Muthappan - Information about the Hindu God Lord Sree Muthappan. Includes details of Parassinikadavu temple and a photo gallery.
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  • Sri Muneeswarar - About Lord Muneeswarar, Lord Karuppannaswamy and other Kaaval Dheivangals, their worship and temples.
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  • Tara - Description of the goddess worshipped both by Hindus and Buddhists and her different forms. Contains her yantra and mantra.
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  • Trimurti - Trimurti, meaning "having three forms", is the term applied to the three main Hindu gods: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. This Trimurti or triad represents all aspects of the Supreme Being. The Trimurti is depicted as a single-bodied, three-headed man. This symbolises the fact that the three forms are aspects of one Supreme Being.
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