Mahabharata - Krishna shows Arjuna The Universal Form
Lord Krisñ is showing the Universal form of The Lord Vishnu to Lord Arjun.
Japanese National Treasure, Statues of Fujin (wind god) 風神像（三十三間堂）
The appreciation of objects and subjects, Is the same for an enlightened - As for an unenlightened person. The former has one greatness: He remains in the subjective mood - Not lost in things. ~ Shiva, Esoteric Teachings
Japanese, Bishamonten is the god of warriors (but not of war) and prayed to for victory prior to battle. Defender of the Nation, Guardian of the Dharma (Buddhist Law), and Lord of Wealth and Treasure (hence his inclusion in the Japanese group of Seven Lucky Gods). Bishamon-ten is neither a Buddha nor a Bodhisattva. Bishamonten is a deva (a Sanskrit term meaning celestial being or demigod).
Therefore the doubts which have arisen in your heart out of ignorance should be slashed with the weapon of knowledge. Armed with yoga, O Arjuna, stand and fight. B.G. 2.42
Lakshmi & Sarasvati, 19th c. oleolithograph. Sisters doin' it for themselves.
Krishna Instructs Arjuna on the Battlefield of Kuruksettra
Krishna é a oitava existência terrena de Vishnu, a divindade responsável pela manutenção do Cosmos. Sua pele é retratada na cor preta ou azul-escura, conforme descrito nas Escrituras, embora em representações pictóricas modernas ele geralmente seja mostrado com pele azul.