India is a nation that amalgamates a large number of religions. This is a country where religion runs as deep as the culture and the heritage of the country. You can find a rainbow of religions coexisting within the realms of the single nationality of India. You can find different religious sects such as the Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, and Jains lives side by side in complete harmony. As a result, there is also a plethora of gods, goddesses, and deities that are much popular amongst the people of the country. These Indian God images form a popular item for making various gift items like calendars, wall decorative pieces and also popular window screens that are used in the front windscreen and also the rear screen of cars and large vehicles such as buses and trucks.
These deities, their images, and pictures have more usage than just being worshiped in India.
These god wallpapers also form a popular theme for decorative pieces such as wall clocks, wall hangings pictures frames that can be used at the entrance of the house.
God photo is also often imprinted on tiles which can be used on the walls. They are never used for the floors as an obvious reason that they could get trampled by feet. Indian god images are also considered to be lucky when placed in the room of pregnant women.
1. Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ is the God who is popularly worshipped by the religious sect of the Christians. Both the Catholics and the Protestant sects of Christianity worship Jesus Christ as their prime religious deity.
Christmas celebrated on 25th of December every year is the most popular festival of Christianity celebrated by Christians of all sects. It is the date believed to be the birthday of Lord Jesus.
Maa Saraswati is the Hindu goddess who is believed to gift everyone with knowledge and wisdom. She is the goddess of skill and learning and is popularly worshipped at all points of education.
Saraswati Puja is celebrated at the beginning of the year and is observed for a single day either in the month of January or February every year.
Lord Krishna is one of the most charming Hindu gods who is believed to be one of the eleven reincarnations of Lord Vishnu.
Krishna born to Devaki and Vasudev was raised in the charming meadows of Vrindavan by Yashoda and King Nanda.
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Krishna has much folklore at his credit for killing various demons including his uncle Kans. He was also the brains behind the war of Kurukshetra between the Pandavas and the Kauravas.
4. Guru Nanak
The first of the ten Sikh Gurus was also the founder of the religion of Sikhism. He is the main Guru who had laid the principles and the theories of Sikhism.
He is the main deity who is popularly worshipped by the Sikhs. Guru Nanak birthday is the main festival observed by the followers of the sect.
5. Maa Durga
Maa Durga is probably the most popular Hindu goddess who is worshipped by a large number of people across the nation.
Durga Puja is the most celebrated festival in the eastern part of the nation and calls for huge celebrations in West Bengal.
This is the time when all offices, schools, and institutions in Bengal are closed. Durga Puja is celebrated for four days in West Bengal.
Lord Ganesha is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. Mythology goes that Devi Parvati made a statue of a boy and infused life in it.
The boy opened eyes as Vinayaka. However, in a terrible confrontation between Lord Shiva and Vinayaka Lord Shiva cut the head of Vinayaka.
Later he gave Vinayaka life with the head of an elephant. Ganesha is the other name of Lord Vinayaka.
He is considered as the giver of wealth and wisdom. Ganesha is probably one of the most popular themes of god.
Rama born in the clan of Raghuvansh was the elder son of King Dasharatha and the rightful heir to the throne of Ayodhya.
He is also known to be a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu. Rama fought a terrible fight with Ravana the king of Lanka to rescue his beloved wife Sita. He fought this war with the monkey god Hanuman.
8. Sai Baba
Sai Baba is probably the most popular religious figure in Maharashtra. There is not much specific information about his place of birth and origin.
We also do not know much about his religion. However, Sai Baba appeared in the small town of Shirdi and preached the oneness of God, devotion, and patience (Shraddha and saburi)
9. Maa Laxmi
Maa Laxmi is the goddess of wealth. He is one of the most popular religious figures who is worshipped by Hindus all over the world.
She has special significance to the business class. She is the wife to Lord Vishnu and is considered a reflection of the Adi Shakti.
The name of Hanuman has been immortalized as the dedicated follower and helper of Lord Rama.
However, it is also believed that Hanuman is the eleventh reincarnation of Lord Shiva. He was born to bring the downfall of king Ravana.
11. Maa Kali
It is believed that Devi Parvati assumed the highly volatile form of Maa Kali to punish and kill the demons who were ravaging the bosom of the planet and were mass killing people.
She is the epitome of raw woman power.
12. Lord Vishnu
Lord Vishnu is considered to be a part of the Hindu Deity trio – Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar.
Lord Vishnu is the preserver of the world and has taken several avatars to protect humanity in various ages.
Shiva is considered to be the destroyer of everything that is bad and decaying. He is the ultimate yogi always immerse in his cosmic meditation.
Believed to inhabit in the peaks of the Himalayas, Shiva is considered to be the initiating point of the universe.
Indian gods have many different looks and have been depicted in different ways by artists over the ages. With the religious beliefs of the people of the nation being rock solid, these are some wallpapers and images that are definitely there to stay.