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- – In practice, the core of normative religion
is consistently aniconic
. Its embodiment
such as the mosque
like the Qur'an...
- yoni; sometimes
also IAST: yonī), sometimes referred
to as pindika, is an aniconic representation
of the goddess Shakti
in Hinduism. It is usually shown
- also worshipped alongside
the grāmadevatās. They are often worshipped
in aniconic forms
of the earthenware
pots or stones. Although
grāmadevatās are most...
of the Buddha found
and symbolic. During
this early aniconic
period, the Buddha
by other objects
- trident, as his weapon, and the damaru
drum. He is usually worshipped
in the aniconic
form of lingam. Shiva
is a pan-Hindu deity, revered widely
by Hindus, in...
- easy to carry
and po****r in certain traditions
of Vaishnavism, as an aniconic representation
of the divine. They are typically
in the form of spherical...
- rituals, and the adjudication
disputes. Yahweh-worship was famously aniconic
that the god was not depicted
by a statue
- 32(4) (359): 54–69. Solomon, Jon (2012). "Boccaccio and the Ineffable, Aniconic
God Demogorgon". International Journal
of the Cl****ical Tradition. 19 (1):...
- relics) and also an early aniconic
and symbolic representation
of the Buddha. The footprints
are on the path from aniconic
to iconic which
- mark"), sometimes referred
to as linga
linga, is an abstract
or aniconic representation
of the Hindu deity Shiva
in Shaivism. It is typically
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