This stunning collection is a must for anyone that is a fan of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, or anyone interested in Indian mythology.
The deck includes 52 beautifully illustrated cards, each with its own God or Goddess on it, a mantra and meditation corresponding to the specific God/Goddess, as well as a list of four blessings that are related to the deity's myth (e.g. fertility of the land or devotion to truth.)
It comes with a small fold-out leaflet that just mentions various symbols of the Gods or Goddesses (e.g. conch or bow), as well as a small introduction to the deck.
Included in the deck are the following deities: Bhumi (Mother Earth), Saraswati (Goddess of Learning), Sri Vishnu (Maintainer of The Universe), Sita Devi (Queen of Chastity), Lakshmi (Goddess of Fortune), Rhadrakali (Goddess of Darkness), Varaha (The Boar Avatar), Gayatri Devi (Mother of Devotion), Matsya (The Fish Avatar), Brihaspati (Preceptor of The Gods), Durga Devi (Goddess of Material Energy), Garuda (Carrier of Vishnu), Sri Krishna (Lord of Love), Brahma (God of Creation), Sri Radha (Supreme Goddess), Agni (God of Fire), Narada Muni (Sage of The Gods), Nandi (Carrier of Shiva), Ardhanarishwar (The Divine Androgyne), Mohini Murti (The Divine Enchantress), Dhanvantari (God of Medicine), Gopal (Lord of The Cows), Yamuna Devi (Goddess of Purification), Kama Deva (The God of Love), Subhadra (Bestower of Devotion), Jagannath (Lord of The Universe), Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (The Golden Avatar), Kalki (Destroyer of The Iron Age), Parashuram (Slayer of Demons), Vamana (The Dwarf Avatar), The Buddha (Lord of Compassion), Narasingha Deva (The Half Man, Half Lion Avatar), Kurma (The Tortoise Avatar), Ganga (Goddess of Heavenly Ambrosia), Vrdina Devi (Goddess of Devotion), Hanuman (The Monkey God), Surya (The Sun God), Chandra (The Moon God), Varuna (Lord of The Seas), Indra (King of The Gods), Yama (Lord of Death), Skanda (God of War), Mahadev Shiva (God of Destruction), Nataraj (Lord of The Dance), Sri Rama (King of Dharma), Ganesh (Remover of Obstacles), Nityananda Prabhu (Deliverer of The Most Fallen), Balaram (Wielder of The Plow), Lord Kapila (The Knower of Matter and Spirit), Kali Ma (Goddess of Destruction), Parvati (Queen of Ascetics), and Sesha Naga (King of The Serpents.)