Lord Hayagriva in Sanskrit Literature

by Anindita Adhikari | 2019 | 56,368 words

Summary: This essay studies Lord Hayagriva as found in Sanskrit Literature such as the Vedas, Upanishads, Mahabharata, Puranas and Tantras. Hayagriva (lit. “the horse-headed one”) is worshipped as the supreme Lord of knowledge and wisdom and as an incarnation of Vishnu also symbolizes concepts such as power, intelligence and speed.

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