Adi Granth, also called Granth or Granth Sahib, the sacred scripture of Sikhism, a religion of India.
<p>Bahubali, a much-revered figure among Jains, was the son of Rishabhanatha, the first Tirthankara of Jainism, and the younger brother of Bharata Chakravartin.
Bharata in the Hindu epic Ramayana was a younger brother of the protagonist Rama and second son of Dasharatha and only son of Kaikeyi.
In Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva is the Sanskrit term for anyone who, motivated by great compassion, has generated bodhicitta, which is a spontaneous wish to attain Buddhahood for the benefit
In Jainism, Chandraprabha was the eighth Tirthankara of Avasarpini. Chandraprabhu was born to King Mahasena and Queen Lakshmana Devi at Chandrapuri to the Ikshvaku dynasty.
Dakshinamurthy is an aspect of the Hindu god Shiva as a guru of all types of knowledge.
Dharmanatha was the fifteenth Jain Tirthankara of the present age. According to Jain beliefs, he became a Siddha, a liberated soul which has destroyed all of its karma.
<p>Duryodhana is a major character in the Hindu epic Mahabharata and was the eldest of the Kauravas, the hundred sons of blind king Dhritarashtra and Queen Gandhari.
In Hinduism, the river Ganga is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess Gaṅgā.
Ghantakarna Mahavir is a protector Jain deity. There is a shrine dedicated to him at Mahudi Jain temple established by Buddhisagar Suri, a Jain monk.
Harihara is the fused representation of Vishnu and Shiva from the Hindu tradition.
Bhairava is a Hindu deity, a fierce manifestation of Shiva associated with annihilation. Bhairava originated in Hindu legends and is sacred to Hindus, Buddhists and Jains alike.
Ketu is the descending lunar node in Vedic or Hindu astrology.
Lakshmi Narayan or Lakshmi-Narayana, also sometimes spelt Lakshminarayan, Lakshminarayana, Laxminarayana, is a manifestation of Vishnu in the Hindu religion.
Mallinatha was the 19th tirthaṅkara "ford-maker" of the present avasarpiṇi age in Jainism.
Mangala is the name for Mars, the red planet, in Hindu texts.
Munisuvrata Swami was the twentieth Tirthankara of the present half time cycle in Jain cosmology. He became a Siddha, a liberated soul which has destroyed all of his karma.
Neminatha is the twenty-second Tirthankara in Jainism, an Indian religion. He is also known simply as Nemi, or as Aristanemi which is an epithet of the sun-chariot.
Padmaprabha was the sixth Jain Tirthankara of the present age. According to Jain beliefs, he became a Siddha - a liberated soul which has destroyed all of its karma.
In the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic text, the Pandava are the five acknowledged sons of Pandu, by his two wives Kunti who was a Yadav and Madri who was the princess of Madra.
<p>Parshvanatha, also known as Parshva , was the 23rd of 24 Tirthankaras of Jainism. He is the earliest Jain Tirthankara who is generally acknowledged as a historical figure.
Pothuluri Veerabrahmam Brahmamgaru was a well-known sage in the 16th century.
<p>Raghavendra Swami (1595–1671 CE), born Venkata Natha, was a renowned Madhwa saint, philosopher and proponent of Dvaita philosophy established by Sri Madhvacharya.
In Hindu tradition, Rahu is the severed head of an asura called Svarbhanu, that swallows the sun causing eclipses.
Ravana is the primary antagonist in the Hindu mythological tale as told in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana where he is depicted as Rakshasa king of Lanka.
Rishabhanatha is the first Tirthankara in Jainism. A mythical leader, he is believed in Jainism to have lived millions of years ago.
Shani refers to planet Saturn and is one of the 9 heavenly objects known as Navagraha in Hindu astrology.
Shantinatha was the sixteenth Jain Tirthankar of the present age. Shantinatha was born to King Visvasen and Queen Achira at Hastinapur in the Ikshvaku dynasty.
Shukra is a Sanskrit word that means "lucid, clear, bright".
Karthikeya also known as Murugan, Skanda and Subramanya is the Hindu god of war.
Varahi Maa is one of the Matrikas, a group of seven or eight mother goddesses in the Hindu religion.
<p>Vasupujya Swami was the twelfth tirthankara in Jainism of the avasarpini (present age).
The Yamuna is a sacred river in Hinduism and the main tributary of the Ganges , the holiest river of Hinduism.