Temple at Kailash Colony, Delhi, India
One of the many representations of Lord Hanuman, one of the most popular deities of the Hindu pantheon. This statue depicts Hanuman performing the Herculean feat of carrying the Kishkindha mountain to bring the life-saving herb needed to save Lakshman in the epic Ramayana.
Photograph © Medha Malik Kudaisya -- may be used without prior permission for any educational or scholarly purpose.
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