Garuda as national symbol of Indonesia
Garuda as national symbol of Thailand
Garuda (Khangardi) as the symbol of Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Garuda murthi in West Bengal, India
Garuda, Durbar Square, Kathmandu
King Airlangga depicted as Vishnu mounting Garuda, 11th century East Java
13th century Cham sculpture depicts Garuda devouring a serpent
12th century Cham sculpture in the Thap Mam style depicts Garuda serving as an atlas
Garuda figure, gilt bronze, Khmer Empire, 12th-13th century, John Young Museum, University of Hawaii at Manoa
12th century bas relief at Angkor Wat in Cambodia showing Vishnu in battle mounted on Garuda
Wingless statue of Garuda or Karura in Kofukuji Temple, Nara, Japan, 8th century
Head of a Garuda during the 14th century, Honolulu Museum of Art
Garuda at Grand Palace
Chakri Maha Prasat Hall Garuda
Garuda returning with the vase of Amrita
"Garuda Vahan Vishnu," from the Ravi Varma studio, c.1910's]]
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... திருநாள்) September – October Garuda Sevai on every Saturday and on Thiruvona Star day ... (கடைசி சனி கிழமைகளில்) Garuda Sevai is the most famous festival celebrated in the temple ... During this festival, Lord Srinivasa comes out of the temple in procession on his Garuda vahanam and showers blessings to all of us ...
... One night the Queen had a dream in which Garuda disguised as a Brahmin informed her about Sreevallabhan’s idol and asked to install it there ... With the help of Garuda and Tulu Brahmins, Cheraman Perumal brought the idol to Chakrapuram for installation ... The temple wall and Garuda dhwaja were completed in a single day in 57 BC by the crew of the Lord ...
... Lumenta started his career in Garuda Indonesia as an Airframe and ] (1957-1958) ... was promoted to be Head of Maintenance for Garuda’s aircraft and held various Director Positions afterwards until 1975 when he became Company Secretary Lumenta was CEO of Merpati Nusantara Airlines ... Lumenta then returned to Garuda to become President and CEO in November 1984 ...
... The 1982 Garuda Fokker F28 crash (flight number unknown) occurred on March 20, 1982, when a Fokker F28, operated by Garuda Indonesia, overran the runway at Tanjung Karang-Branti Airport ...