Vasudeva, protected by Sesha Naga, sneaks out of Kamsa's prison with Krishna who appeared in the form of a baby
Lord Krishna showing the Universal Form to Arjuna.
Tilottama is an Apsara (celestial nymph) in Hindu mythology. "Tila" is the Sanskrit word for sesame seed or a bit and "uttama" means better or higher. Tilottama therefore means the being whose smallest particle is the finest or one who is composed of the finest and highest qualities. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Tilottama is described to have been created by the divine architect Vishwakarma, at Brahma's request, by taking the best quality of everything as the ingredients.
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Menhir de Kermarquer - Moustoir-ac, Morbihan. Brittany
The Nine Archangels.
Montreal's winter wonderland: What to see and do when it's -25ºC