Konkan region fields Near Pune, paddy remains after harvest
Grazing of bull
View of river from the first level of Nilkantheshwara hill.
Guiding board in Marathi
Behavioral instructions to pilgrims.
Shiv Lingam Nandi
Vithoba and Rakhumai
Welcome By elephant!
King Nahusha who become Indra (king of Gods) cursed by Saptarshi to become a Snake.
Walya koli - story of Walmiki Rishi.
Mahabharat - Pandav lost every thing in Dhut Krida.(the game of dice)
Bhishma & Kripacharya
The Blind King Dhritrashtra and his wife Gandhari
Hanuman - Sita
Shiva & Ganesha
Navnath & Dattatraya.
Shiv & Ashta Vinayak
Mrutyunjaya - a Story of Shiva
Jata utpanna Ganga!
Santa Gora Kumbhar
Krishna Kaliya Mardan
ShriRam & Shabri
Jay & Vijay yuddha!
Shiva beggar and Parvati
Shiv Parvati & Nandi
Krishna - Bhim - Jarasandh
Krishna Arjun Duryodhana Bhim.
Rama & Lakshmana at Vishwamitra Rishi Ashram Killing a Demon
Machchindranatha was born to a fish in the river Yamuna. While he was in womb of the fish he listened to the sermon given of Lord Shankara to Goddess Parvati. When at last, Lord Shankara asked Parvati about the essence of the sermon Machchindranatha replied from the womb of the fish that, “only a single force (brahma) is filled in the whole universe. It is the only essence of your sermon.” After completion of the gestation period of the fish a divine child was born. Further this child was brought up a fishermen couple named Kamik and Sharadvata.
The birth story of Charpatinatha is equally unearthly. Once upon a time, when all the gods had assembled on the occasion of Parvati’s wedding, the semen of Brahmadeva fell due to the effect of Parvati’s beauty. At that time Brahmadeva crushed the semen with his heel. Thus it was divided in two parts and out of one part sixty thousand Walkhilaya sages were born. Another part fell into a river and stuck into a reed. As planned earlier one of the Navanathas i.e. Pippalayan entered it. And thus originated a child, which became famous as Charpatinatha afterwards.
This divine great personality was born out of a garbage dump. Machchindranatha had given holy ash to a lady called Saraswati for conceiving a son. But she threw the holy ash in the garbage on the saying of her neighbour. Twelve years later Machchindranatha returned to the village, and asked Saraswati about the child. She was frightened and told him the whole story. Machchindranath gave a call and immediately rushed a child with hallows from garbage. This child was nobody but Gorakshanatha.
Once upon a time when child Gorakhsa was playing with other children, he made a statue out of clay. He was chanting the Sanjeevani Mantra in order to learn it by heart simultaneously making the statue. As he was chanting the Sanjeevani Mantra suddenly the statue came to life. This child was nobody else but Gahaninatha. At a later stage he was brought up a Brahmin called Madhu and his wife Ganga.
Once upon a time a king named Brihadrava was performing Somayajna at Hastinapur. Antarikshanarayana entered into the flames of the yajna. After the completion of the yajna, a bright child was obtained from the place of yajna. This child was Jalandharnatha.
Once upon a time Brahmadeva was attracted towards goddess Saraswati. At that time a drop semen fell down and was carried away on winds and it entered into an ear of an elephant roaming in Himachal Pradesh. Afterwards Prabhuddhanarayana entered it as pre-planned and Jalandharnatha ordered to get out of the ear of the elephant. This is how Kanifanatha was born.
The birth story of Bhartarinatha is equally mysterious and unbelievable. It is not possible to unearth the mystery behind it no matter how hard we imagine.
Once upon a time Surya fell in love with the heavenly beauty of Urvashi and excreted semen. A portion of this semen fell into the alms utensil of sage Kaulik. The sage by virtue of his inner knowledge came to know that Drumilnarayana is going to take birth from the semen after 3103 years. Hence he kept the alms utensil (Bhartari) in a secured place, and as planned Drumilnarayana entered in it and came to life in the form of a child was born. This child is known as Bhartarinatha.
Long ago a female serpent had consumed the semen of Brahma and the fetus was developing in her body. After completion of the gestation period the serpent laid an egg. And from the egg Vatasiddha Naganatha was born.
Shivji - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamdhenu