Some articles on idols:

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Dholera - About The Mandir
... and others, to go to Dholera to install idols in the new temple in Dholera ... and other devotees, and on May 19, 1826 and installed the idols of Madan Mohan dev and his own form, Harikrishna Maharaj, at the principal seat of the temple amidst Vedic hymns ... On the west, near the steps, there are the idols of Sheshashayi, Suryanarayan, Dharm-Bhakti and Ghanshyam Maharaj ...
Mia Permanto
... She was placed sixth in the Idols finals of 2007 ... In the Idols, Permanto sang "Nobody Knows" by Pink as well as "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette ... A performance by Permanto was released on the Idols 2007 compilation album ...
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Vadtal - History
... was completed within 15 months and the idols of Laxminarayan Dev were installed by Swaminarayan himself on the 3rd of November 1824, amidst chants of ... In the middle of the temple, he installed the idols of Laxminarayan dev and Ranchhodji ... In the north, there are the idols of Dharmdev and Bhaktimata and his own form Harikrishna Maharaj ...
Australian Idol (season 6) - Weekly Song Themes
... Week Theme Mentor/guest judge Top 12 Idols' Idols None Top 11 '80s Music Cyndi Lauper Top 10 Aussie Hits Darren Hayes Top 9 ABBA None Top 8 Rock Tim Farriss and Kirk Pengilly Top 7 Motown Guy ...

Famous quotes containing the word idols:

    Go, throng each other’s drawing-rooms,
    Ye idols of a petty clique:
    Strut your brief hour in borrowed plumes,
    And make your penny-trumpets squeak:
    Deck your dull talk with pilfered shreds
    Of learning from a noble time,
    And oil each other’s little heads
    With mutual Flattery’s golden slime.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)

    “The idols have seen lots of poverty,
    Snakes and gold and lice,
    But not the truth....”
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    There are four classes of idols which beset men’s minds. To these for distinction’s sake I have assigned names—calling the first class Idols of the Tribe; the second, Idols of the Cave; the third, Idols of the Market-Place; the fourth, Idols of the Theatre.
    Francis Bacon (1561–1626)