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   Nandi the bull at the
   Thousand pillars temple   
   in Warangal   
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  Hindu temples contain many symbols but there are no actual deities – only representations: there to guide us back to the good that is to be found as the essence of our own true selves.

A stone carving of Nandi the bull stands outside the most sacred parts of temples, his head always turned towards the shrines.

This image of bull comes from the agricultural basis of rural India, where the bull is everywhere seen as the doer of work. The symbol of Nandi is respected because this creature represents the worker who toils, has the silent wisdom to turn to reconnect with the universal deity of goodness, and who throughout his life is forever an essential contributor of benefit to all.

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    Splendid Nandi bull
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of black basalt, 1.8M tall,
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Warangal (built AD1163).


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