Painting, in ink and paint on paper, the eight-armed goddess Durga depicted on a lion, holding a band of thirteen skulls each drawn in profile with large prominent eyes.  Place of Origin  Bihar, India (Jitwapur Village, Madhubani, made)  Date  ca. 1973 (made)  Artist/maker  Kumari, Lila (maker)  Materials and Techniques  Painted in ink and paint on paper  Dimensions  Height: 75.5 cm, Width: 50.1 cm

Painting, in ink and paint on paper, the eight-armed goddess Durga depicted on a lion, holding a band of thirteen skulls each drawn in profile with large prominent eyes. Place of Origin Bihar, India (Jitwapur Village, Madhubani, made) Date ca. 1973 (made) Artist/maker Kumari, Lila (maker) Materials and Techniques Painted in ink and paint on paper Dimensions Height: 75.5 cm, Width: 50.1 cm

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Durga Devi. Fierce but loving Warrior Goddess. A new model of Feminine Leadership. How to stay relaxed but always in our seat of power. Om Dum Durgayai Namaha!

Durga Devi. Fierce but loving Warrior Goddess. A new model of Feminine Leadership. How to stay relaxed but always in our seat of power. Om Dum Durgayai Namaha!

Goddess Durga. Sanskrit: "the inaccessible", Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi. Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy

Goddess Durga. Sanskrit: "the inaccessible", Bengali: দুর্গা) is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. In Bengal, she is said to be the mother of Ganesha, Kartikeya as well of Saraswati and Lakshmi. Durga is depicted as a warrior woman riding a lion or a tiger with multiple hands carrying weapons and assuming mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. This form of the Goddess is the embodiment of feminine and creative energy

Durga

Durga

Maha Durga: the Eternal angelic pleasure of fighting off the demons...for the duration of Infinity

Maha Durga: the Eternal angelic pleasure of fighting off the demons...for the duration of Infinity

Fourth Lower Right Hand symbolizes forgiveness and Goddess Durga's blessings. We must forgive ourselves and others for mistakes and/or any hurt we may have caused.

Fourth Lower Right Hand symbolizes forgiveness and Goddess Durga's blessings. We must forgive ourselves and others for mistakes and/or any hurt we may have caused.

The Protection Power of Goddess Durga Mantra – Om Dum Durgayei Namaha

The Protection Power of Goddess Durga Mantra – Om Dum Durgayei Namaha

Goddess Durga – Marble Statue

Goddess Durga – Marble Statue

Durga empowering Kali

Durga empowering Kali

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