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  • It is an explosion of stories told through painting, stone, bronze, terra cotta, textiles and even an 18th-century enamel pendant chockablock with Vishnu avatars, including the human-boar Varaha, the lion-headed Narasimha and the fish-bodied Matsya.

    From Stillness, Cosmic Action

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    ideonexus.com » 2007 » February

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    ideonexus.com »2007» tháng hai

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    ideonexus.com »2007» February

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    ideonexus.com » 2007 »二月

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    Ryan VS Darin Round 1

  • The Vedas tell a history of the world that is not at all in conflict with these other histories, in fact they MATCH UP, like the story of the great flood in Judaism corresponding to the incarnation of Vishnu as Matsya, the fish, who saved the world from the great flood.

    ideonexus.com »2007» februar

  • Virata with all his Matsya warriors will support Sikhandin.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7

  • And that foremost of smiters, Bhishma, slaughtered with his arrows the Panchala, the Matsya, the Kekaya, and the Prabhadraka host.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7

  • Virata, aided by his Matsya warriors of great energy, resisted Vikartana's son in that battle.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7

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