Amarnath

Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Amarnath cave has been a place of worship since times immemorial. There are references to the legendary king Aryaraja (ascribed fictional dates 32BCE-17CE) who used to worship a lingam formed of ice in Kashmir.
Design: Printed on high quality photo paper with fine finishing.

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Dimensions: 5 inches (L) x 7 inches (H)
(12 x 17 cms approx)

Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 6 inches (L) x 8 inches (H)
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Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 6 inches (L) x 8 inches (H)
(15 x 20 cms approx)

Dimensions: 8 inches (L) x 10 inches (H)
(20 x 25 cms approx)

Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 9 inches (L) x 11 inches (H)
(22 x 27 cms approx)

Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 9 inches (L) x 11 inches (H)
(22 x 27 cms approx)

Dimensions: 8 inches (L) x 12 inches (H)
(20 x 30 cms approx)

Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 9 inches (L) x 13 inches (H)
(22 x 33 cms approx)

Set in elegant wooden frame with golden border
Dimensions: 9 inches (L) x 13 inches (H)
(22 x 33 cms approx)

Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Amarnath cave has been a place of worship since times immemorial. There are references to the legendary king Aryaraja (ascribed fictional dates 32BCE-17CE) who used to worship a lingam formed of ice in Kashmir.

Long time ago it is believed that the Vale of Kashmir was submerged under water and Kashyapa Muni drained it through a series of rivers and rivulets. Therefore when the waters drained, Bhrigu Muni was the first to have Darshan of Lord Amarnath. Thereafter, when people heard of the Lingam, it became an abode of Lord Bholenath for all believers and a pilgrimage which is done by lacs of people each year.

It is believed that Lord Shiva left Nandi, The Bull, at Pahalgam (Bail Gaon). At Chandanwari, he released the Moon from his hair (Jataon). On the banks of Lake Sheshnag, he released his snakes. At Mahagunas Parvat (Mahaganesh Mountain), he left his son Lord Ganesha. At Panjtarni, Lord Shiva left behind the five elements - Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Sky. As a symbol of sacrificing the earthly world, Lord Shiva performed the Tandava Dance. Then, finally, Lord Shiva entered the Holy Amarnath Cave along with Parvati.

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Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Amarnath cave has been a place of worship since times immemorial. There are references to the legendary king Aryaraja (ascribed fictional dates 32BCE-17CE) who used to worship a lingam formed of ice in Kashmir.
Design: Printed on high quality photo paper with fine finishing.

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