saaaincha:hindu devi devata jnyaaanasandook

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प्रलेखन प्रतीक saaaincha pralekhan[dekhein] [] [itihaas] [parj]

The template can be used for any Hindu mythological figure.

Usage

{{infobox Hindu deity<!--Wikipedia:WikiProject Hindu mythology-->
| Image = 
| Caption = 
| alt = for alternate text of the title image per [[WP:ALT]]
| Image_size = <!-- default 250px -->
| Name = 
| Devanagari = 
| Sanskrit_Transliteration = 
| Tamil_script = 
| Script_name = <!--Enter name of local script used-->
| Script = <!--Enter the name of the deity in the local script used -->
| Affiliation = <!--eg. Avatara of Vishnu-->
| God_of = <!--eg. god of death-->
| Abode = 
| Mantra = <!--eg. Gayatri-->
| Weapon = <!--eg. Sudarshan Chakra-->
| Consort = 
| Mount = <!-- (Vahana) e.g. Garuda -->
| Symbols = <!--Other symbols associated with individual devas -->
| Texts = <!--eg. Ganesha Purana, Mudgala Purana-->
| Region = <!--ie. province or area for a regional deity (e.g. Bengal)-->
}}

Examples

Ganesha
Basohli miniature, circa 1730. National Museum, New Delhi, India.
Basohli miniature, circa 1730. National Museum, New Delhi, India.
devanaagari ganesh
sahabaddhata Deva
mantra Om ganeshaaya nam:
(Oṃ Gaṇaeśaāaya Namaḥ)
shastr Paraśau (axe)
Pāaśaa (lasso)
Aṅakuśaa (hook)
patni Buddhi (wisdom)
Riddhi (prosperity)
Siddhi (attainment)
vaahan Mouse/rat
{{infobox Hindu deity <!--Wikipedia:WikiProject Hindu mythology-->
| Name = Ganesha ({{IAST|Gaṇaeśaa}})
| Image = Ganesha Basohli miniature circa 1730 Dubost p73.jpg
| Image_size = 250px
| Caption = [[Basohli Painting|Basohli]] miniature, circa 1730. [[National Museum, New Delhi|National Museum]], [[New Delhi]], [[India]].
| alt = Attired in an orange dhoti, an elephant-headed man sits on a large lotus. His body is red in colour and he wears various golden necklaces and bracelets and a snake around his neck. On the three points of his crown, budding lotuses have been fixed. He holds in his two right hands the rosary (lower hand) and a cup filled with three modakas (round yellow sweets), a fourth modaka held by the curving trunk is just about to be tasted. In his two left hands, he holds a lotus above and an axe below, with its handle leaning against his shoulder.
| Devanagari = {{lang|sa|ganesh}} 
| Sanskrit_transliteration = {{IAST|gaṇaaeśaaa}}
| Tamil_script = 
| Affiliation = [[Deva (Hinduism)|Deva]]
| Mantra = {{lang|sa|Om ganeshaaya nam:}} <br />({{IAST|Oṃ Gaṇaeśaāaya Namaḥa}})
| Weapon = {{IAST|[[Paraśau]]}} (Axe),<br /> [[Pāaśaa]] (Lasso), <br />[[Ankus|{{IAST|Aṅakuśaa}}]] (Hook)
| Consort = [[Buddhi]] (wisdom),<br/>[[Riddhi]] (prosperity),<br/>[[Siddhi]] (attainment)
| Mount = [[Mouse]]/[[rat]]
| Symbols = [[Aum]], [[modak]]
}}

See also

  • {{Infobox Alusi}}
  • {{Infobox Andean deity}}
  • {{Infobox Egyptian deity}}
  • {{Infobox Greek deity}}
  • {{Infobox Germanic deity}}
  • {{Infobox Norse deity}}