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Published on Aug 9, 2007
Most of the images in this video are of Shesha - one of Hinduism's scared snakes, which the supreme god Vishnu is supposed to sleep on at the end of this cycle of time. The other serpents are Vasuki, the cosmic serpent used to churn the ocean, often depicted with the god Shiva and Kaliya, a water-snake who poisons a river, but is taught a lesson by Sri Krishna, an incarnation of Vishnu. The music is Rainmaker from Dolphins the Homecomming by Richard Ackrill. All images are from the web
NOTE:- I don't recommend viewing this in full screen. Naga Shesha usually appears as a minor detail in pictures of Vishnu, so the original images are tiny. In full screen mode, some picutres appear as pixelated blobs which are clearer when not stretched so much.