The major pilgrimage center of Hardwar: the three great gods, and a Devi temple, carefully labeled (upper right)-- bazaar art, 1940's

Source: ebay, Apr. 2005

Local pilgrimages: to the shrine of "Shri Vahanavati Mata" and "Shri Sikotar Ma" (bazaar art, c.1940's)

Source: ebay, June 2005

*The auspiciousness of Nasikh as a pilgrimage site (modern bazaar art)*

Source: ebay, Aug. 2012

That great pilgrimage object the river Ganga itself is carefully and repeatedly labeled (bazaar art, c.1970's)

Source: ebay, June 2008

Ganga incarnated as a goddess, with her crocodile vahana, in a modern bazaar art print

Source: ebay, June 2012

Opposites often meet: the wandering ascetic Shiva is shown accepting alms from Annapurna Devi, a benevolent goddess of plenty (bazaar art, c.1930's)

Source: ebay, Oct. 2006

"Bahuchara Mata," a local goddess, labeled in Gujarati, carries a Shaivite trident (modern bazaar art)

Source: ebay, Dec. 2009

A Rajasthani hero figure, Goga-ji, is blessed by the great gods, who hover above his head

Source: ebay, May 2011

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