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Parvati Collection

Parvati, the Hindu goddess of love, fertility, and devotion, is a prominent figure in Indian mythology

Background imageParvati Collection: Picture of Hindu goddesses Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati, India, Asia

Picture of Hindu goddesses Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati, India, Asia

Background imageParvati Collection: Statue of the Hindu goddess Annapurna (Parvati) giving food, Lakshman temple

Statue of the Hindu goddess Annapurna (Parvati) giving food, Lakshman temple, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India, Asia

Background imageParvati Collection: Mural of Shiva and his consort Parvati, India, Asia

Mural of Shiva and his consort Parvati, India, Asia

Background imageParvati Collection: Goddess Kali

Goddess Kali
The Goddess Kali, the malevolent aspect of Shivas wife Parvati. she wears a necklace of 50 human skulls & frequents cremation grounds

Background imageParvati Collection: Annamalaiyar Temple, India

Annamalaiyar Temple, India
Annamalaiyar Temple - a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located at the bottom of the Annamalai hill in Thiruvannamalai town in Tamilnadu, India

Background imageParvati Collection: Siva Parvati in armour

Siva Parvati in armour
3559472 Siva Parvati in armour by Nepalese School, (5th-6th century); National Museum of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal; (add.info.: Kankeswori Kathmandu); Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageParvati Collection: Siva Parvati with infant Kumar celebrating his birthday, 5th-6th century AD, Kathe Simbhu

Siva Parvati with infant Kumar celebrating his birthday, 5th-6th century AD, Kathe Simbhu
5309534 Siva Parvati with infant Kumar celebrating his birthday, 5th-6th century AD, Kathe Simbhu by Nepalese School, (5th-6th century); National Museum of Nepal, Kathmandu

Background imageParvati Collection: Close-up of Shiva and Parvati statues in Hindu temple, France, Europe

Close-up of Shiva and Parvati statues in Hindu temple, France, Europe

Background imageParvati Collection: Statue of the goddess Uma at a shrine in Vietnam (Annam), 1907 (colour litho)

Statue of the goddess Uma at a shrine in Vietnam (Annam), 1907 (colour litho)
473491 Statue of the goddess Uma at a shrine in Vietnam (Annam), 1907 (colour litho) by European School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hindu goddess and consort of Shiva)

Background imageParvati Collection: Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati

Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati
5305189 Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati.; (add.info.: Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati. Shiva is known as the God of Creation, Destruction, Regeneration, Meditation, Arts, Yoga and Moksha)

Background imageParvati Collection: Lord Shiva and Parvati on Mount Kailash (oil on canvas)

Lord Shiva and Parvati on Mount Kailash (oil on canvas)
1196628 Lord Shiva and Parvati on Mount Kailash (oil on canvas) by Dhurandhar, Mahadev Vishvanath (1867-1944); 119.4x78.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Dhurandhar)

Background imageParvati Collection: Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati

Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati
5305190 Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati.; (add.info.: Statue depicting Shiva and Parvati. Shiva is known as the God of Creation, Destruction, Regeneration, Meditation, Arts, Yoga and Moksha)

Background imageParvati Collection: The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown

The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown
The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva and Parvati, 18th century. Creator: Unknown

Shiva and Parvati, 18th century. Creator: Unknown
Shiva and Parvati, 18th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Shrine of the Parbutty Temple at Poonah, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Shrine of the Parbutty Temple at Poonah, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Shrine of the Parbutty Temple at Poonah, 1876. The future King Edward VII visits India. The temple of the Hindoo goddess Parbutty, or Paravati, the wife of Shiva

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva and Parvati, 13th century. Creator: Unknown

Shiva and Parvati, 13th century. Creator: Unknown
Shiva and Parvati, 13th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati Nursing Ganesha, 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Parvati Nursing Ganesha, 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Parvati Nursing Ganesha, 19th century. India's multiple religious traditions produced lively exchanges in the representation of the divine

Background imageParvati Collection: The Hindu Goddess Parvati, between 1050 and 1100. Creator: Unknown

The Hindu Goddess Parvati, between 1050 and 1100. Creator: Unknown
The Hindu Goddess Parvati, between 1050 and 1100

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati Performing the Panchatapas (Five Austerities) Ritual, 8th-9th century. Creator: Unknown

Parvati Performing the Panchatapas (Five Austerities) Ritual, 8th-9th century. Creator: Unknown
Parvati Performing the Panchatapas (Five Austerities) Ritual, 8th-9th century

Background imageParvati Collection: The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 2nd-3rd century. Creator: Unknown

The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 2nd-3rd century. Creator: Unknown
The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 2nd-3rd century

Background imageParvati Collection: The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century. Creator: Unknown

The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century. Creator: Unknown
The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century

Background imageParvati Collection: The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century. Creator: Unknown

The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century. Creator: Unknown
The Androgynous Form of Shiva and Parvati (Ardhanarishvara), 11th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Uma-Maheshvara, 10th century. Creator: Unknown

Uma-Maheshvara, 10th century. Creator: Unknown
Uma-Maheshvara, 10th century

Background imageParvati Collection: The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown

The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown
The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva's Family on the March (image 1 of 6), c1800. Creator: Unknown

Shiva's Family on the March (image 1 of 6), c1800. Creator: Unknown
Shiva's Family on the March (image 1 of 6), c1800

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati Worshipping Shiva (image 3 of 3), between 1750 and 1800. Creator: Unknown

Parvati Worshipping Shiva (image 3 of 3), between 1750 and 1800. Creator: Unknown
Parvati Worshipping Shiva (image 3 of 3), between 1750 and 1800

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva and Parvati (image 1 of 5), 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Shiva and Parvati (image 1 of 5), 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Shiva and Parvati (image 1 of 5), 19th century

Background imageParvati Collection: The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown

The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century. Creator: Unknown
The Hindu Goddess Parvati, 11th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Queen Sembiyan Mahadevi as the Goddess Parvati, Chola dynasty, 10th century

Queen Sembiyan Mahadevi as the Goddess Parvati, Chola dynasty, 10th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Madan-Bhasma (Shiva Turns Kama to Ashes), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Madan-Bhasma (Shiva Turns Kama to Ashes), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Madan-Bhasma (Shiva Turns Kama to Ashes), 1890

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva enraged by Parvatis interruption of his meditation, early 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Shiva enraged by Parvatis interruption of his meditation, early 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Shiva enraged by Parvatis interruption of his meditation, early 19th century

Background imageParvati Collection: God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper

God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper
3609785 God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageParvati Collection: Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper

Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper
3609895 Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva-Parvati, Torana

Shiva-Parvati, Torana
3559455 Shiva-Parvati, Torana by Nepalese School, (17th century); National Museum of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageParvati Collection: Kali, Kangra (gouache heightened with gold on paper)

Kali, Kangra (gouache heightened with gold on paper)
615472 Kali, Kangra (gouache heightened with gold on paper) by Indian School, (19th century); 26.4x19.6 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: standing atop Siva and Parvati in an amorous embrace)

Background imageParvati Collection: Sadashiva worshipped by Parvati, c. 1690 (opaque watercolor, gold, and applied beetle wing on paper)

Sadashiva worshipped by Parvati, c. 1690 (opaque watercolor, gold, and applied beetle wing on paper)
5932486 Sadashiva worshipped by Parvati, c.1690 (opaque watercolor, gold, and applied beetle wing on paper) by Devidasa (fl.1690-95) (attr.to); 19.1x18.4 cm; Freer Gallery of Art

Background imageParvati Collection: A Goddess, possibly Uma, Champa period, 9th / 10th century. Creator: Unknown

A Goddess, possibly Uma, Champa period, 9th / 10th century. Creator: Unknown
A Goddess, possibly Uma, Champa period, 9th/10th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva Embracing Parvati, c. 13th century. Creator: Unknown

Shiva Embracing Parvati, c. 13th century. Creator: Unknown
Shiva Embracing Parvati, c. 13th century

Background imageParvati Collection: God Shiva Seated with His Consort Parvati, 14th century. Creator: Unknown

God Shiva Seated with His Consort Parvati, 14th century. Creator: Unknown
God Shiva Seated with His Consort Parvati, 14th century

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati, Samlaji culture, 500 AD (schist)

Parvati, Samlaji culture, 500 AD (schist)
834212 Parvati, Samlaji culture, 500 AD (schist) by Indian School, (6th century); 80x40 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Parvati)

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva Ardhanarishvara, c. 1715 (opaque w / c, gold & silver on paper)

Shiva Ardhanarishvara, c. 1715 (opaque w / c, gold & silver on paper)
873984 Shiva Ardhanarishvara, c.1715 (opaque w/c, gold & silver on paper) by Indian School, (18th century); 18.1 x17.3 cm; San Diego Museum of Art

Background imageParvati Collection: The Hindoo Pantheon (litho)

The Hindoo Pantheon (litho)
2810656 The Hindoo Pantheon (litho) by Murray, Alexander Henry Hallam (1854-1934); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Hindoo Pantheon)

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva and Parvati, folio from a Rasamanjari, c. 1710 (opaque watercolor and gold on paper)

Shiva and Parvati, folio from a Rasamanjari, c. 1710 (opaque watercolor and gold on paper)
5930809 Shiva and Parvati, folio from a Rasamanjari, c.1710 (opaque watercolor and gold on paper) by Indian School, (18th century); 16.9x27.3 cm; Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution

Background imageParvati Collection: Shiva and Gauri, c. 1640 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)

Shiva and Gauri, c. 1640 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)
874456 Shiva and Gauri, c.1640 (opaque w/c & gold on paper) by Indian School, (17th century); 29.1 x22.1 cm; San Diego Museum of Art

Background imageParvati Collection: Standing Uma, Sukhothai style (gilded bronze)

Standing Uma, Sukhothai style (gilded bronze)
834205 Standing Uma, Sukhothai style (gilded bronze) by Siamese School, (14th Century); 155 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Uma, an aspect of Parvati)

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati offers a cup to Shiva, c. 1800 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)

Parvati offers a cup to Shiva, c. 1800 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)
874431 Parvati offers a cup to Shiva, c.1800 (opaque w/c & gold on paper) by Indian School, (19th century); 26.5 x18.2 cm; San Diego Museum of Art

Background imageParvati Collection: Parvati, from Tiruverkadu, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 1011-12 AD (bronze)

Parvati, from Tiruverkadu, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 1011-12 AD (bronze)
834225 Parvati, from Tiruverkadu, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 1011-12 AD (bronze) by Indian School (11th century); 67x25 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Parvati)




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Parvati, the Hindu goddess of love, fertility, and devotion, is a prominent figure in Indian mythology. Often depicted alongside her divine counterparts Lakshmi and Saraswati, Parvati represents the epitome of feminine power and grace. In temples across India and beyond, statues and murals pay homage to this revered deity. One such depiction can be found in the form of a stunning statue at the Lakshman temple. Here, Parvati takes on the role of Annapurna, bestowing food upon her devotees with boundless generosity. This portrayal showcases her nurturing nature and highlights her importance as a provider. In another mural capturing Shiva's eternal bond with his consort Parvati, their divine love radiates through vibrant colors and intricate details. The artistic representation symbolizes their harmonious union as they embody both creation and destruction within themselves. Goddess Kali also shares a connection with Parvati as one of her fierce incarnations. With multiple arms adorned with weapons representing strength and protection against evil forces, Kali showcases Parvati's ability to transform into different forms for various purposes. The image of Siva-Parvati donning armor further emphasizes their invincible presence together. It signifies that when united in love and purpose, no obstacle is insurmountable for them or their devotees. A heartwarming scene captured from ancient times shows Siva-Parvati celebrating their son Kumar's birthday. This glimpse into their family life reminds us that even deities experience joyous moments filled with love for their children. Moving beyond India's borders to France stands an awe-inspiring Hindu temple where close-up statues of Shiva and Parvati stand tall amidst European surroundings. This fusion reflects how Hinduism has transcended geographical boundaries while maintaining its essence throughout history. Orissa's 13th-century sculpture exemplifies the exquisite craftsmanship dedicated to depicting Shiva and Parvati.