The Hindu Term “Dharsan”, Shiva More Popular in Southern India and Vishnu More Popular in Northern India, the Ratha Stone Temples of 7th Century India, Hinduism Not of a Central Scripture, the Agamas of Tamil Nadu, Lifelike Deity Statues, and the Shiva Nataraja Statue in Geneva, Switzerland

The Hindu term “dharsan” which means “to achieve a vision of the future” stems from the Sanskrit term “darśana” which means “sight” or “to see”. Shiva and Vishnu are 2 of the principal gods of Hinduism. As Hinduism evolved, Shiva became the more popular deity in southern India whilst Vishnu became the more popular god in northern India. The first stone cut temples in India are referred to as the “Rathas”. These stone cut temples are exactly as they sound, free standing temples which were created...

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