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The Shakti of Shiva in her form as Durga Mahishasuramardini | Date:  ca. 1820 - ca. 1825 (made)    Object:  Painting    Place of origin:  Trichinopoly, India (Probably, made)    Date:  ca. 1820 - ca. 1825 (made)

The Shakti of Shiva in her form as Durga Mahishasuramardini (Painting)

gouache on watermarked paper, The Shakti of Shiva in her form as Durga Mahishasuramardini, Trichinopoly, ca.

Kali ma

Kali Ma - Kali Ma, called the "Dark Mother," is the Hindu goddess of creation, preservation, and destruction. Also known as the Black Goddess. She is frightening to those who fear death but is loving and patient with those who are not afraid.

Ardhanarishvaramūrti, a passive form of Śiva and Pārvatī, combined into one being. Company School, Tamil Nadu, 1820.

Ardhanarishvaramūrti, a passive form of Śiva and Pārvatī, combined into one being.

BHADRAKALI STANDING ON A CORPSE FOLIO 70 FROM THE TANTRIC DEVI SERIES INDIA, PUNJAB HILLS, BASOHLI CA. 1660-70 OPAQUE WATERCOLOR, GOLD, SILVER, BEETLE-SING CASES ON PAPER

kaulika: “uijayi: “variationsforthehealingofmishka: “(via theworldpulse) “ Bhadrakali standing on a corpse Folio 70 from the Tantric Devi series India, Punjab Hills, Basohli ca.

Brahma. Painting. South, India. 1825. Opaque watercolour on paper. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Brahma (Painting)

Painting - Brahma - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

Hindu Cosmos : Photo

Harihara: Vishnu (Hari) on the left and Shiva (Hara) on the right joined as a single being. Vishnu in a red garment; ash-covered ascetic Shiva sits on a tiger skin. Vishnu’s garland of flowers becomes Shiva’s gar­land of skulls. Mankot, India ca.

Shiva in his form of Dakshinamurti with the sages Narada and Tumburu on Mount Kailasa. (Painting) | V Search the Collections

Shiva in his form of Dakshinamurti with the sages Narada and Tumburu on Mount Kailasa. (Painting)

Shiva in his form of Dakshinamurti with the sages Narada and Tumburu on Mount Kailasa. Place of origin: Trichinopoly, India. 1820 - ca. 1825 (made)

Jai matha

Jai matha

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