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VISHNU: HINDUISM’S BLUE SKINNED SAVIOR

Maybe you have never heard of the Frist Center for The Visual Arts  in Nashville, Tennessee – I had not – but we should take note of this first ever major museum exhibit to focus on Vishnu – one of Hinduism’s three principal deities.    “More then 170 paintings, sculptures, and ritual objects made in India between the fourth and twentieth centuries will provide a brief survey of Hindu art styles as well as an examination of Vishnu-worshipping traditions. This is the link to the exhibit:
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