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Liz Bartlett Durga

Album of popular prints mounted on cloth pages. Colour lithograph, lettered, inscribed and numbered 25 depicting Durgā, in the form she is worshipped at Durga Puja in Bengal.

A Shrine to Durga. Bengal, 1775. Chester Beatty Library, Dublin.

Durga’s Shrine ca. Bengal India The goddess Durga, depicted as the central figure of a shrine, attacks the buffalo demon Maheshasura with her tiger. Two yoginis occupy side niches; Siva on Nandi appears above the main arch while Ganesa on his.

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Image result for the world’s tallest Durga

Durga Slaying Demon Mahishasura (Orissa Paata Painting on Tussar Silk - Unframed))

Durga Slaying Demon Mahishasura

Durga Slaying Demon Mahishasura (Orissa Paata Painting on Tussar Silk - Unframed))

Durga Slaying the Buffalo Demon (Mahishasuramardini). Kota, Rajasthan, India c. 1750

The Great Goddess Durga Slaying Demons Artist/maker unknown, Indian Geography: Made in Kota, Rajasthan, India, Asia Date: c. 1740 Medium: Opaque watercolor with gold on paper Dimensions: Image: 11 × 16 inches

Animal Speak

Animal Speak

Animal-Speak: The Spiritual & Magical Powers of Creatures Great & Small - Book by Ted Andrews

Durga ~ Reawaken the Remembrance

With her fierce lion as her carrier, Goddess Durga (Mahadevi) rode towards the lair of Mahishasura. After 9 days of continuous battle the demon was finally beaten. Thus, Mahadevi also came to be known as ‘Mahishasura Mardhini’ – the slayer of Mahishasura.

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