'Durga statue' in West Bengal photographed by Celina Mahek. "Durga - Invincible, destroyer of all evil and diseases - she is the embodiment of ‘Shakti’, a culmination of the powers vested in the Hindu Gods." via celinamahek on trek earth
Relief of Surya in Virupaksha Temple, Pattadakal. Surya appears in figure sculpture on the temples across India. He is often portrayed wearing tall boots and a flowing tunic which represent his coming from another world (Parthian or Kushan). This iconography continues right up to the 12th century CE across India; an example is the bronze figure from Kashmir. Surya may ride his chariot led by seven horses or a single horse with seven heads the colours of the rainbow and seven chakras.