Woman from Khajuraho, India, Stone Sculpture, ca. 9th - 14th Century CE.

Woman from Khajuraho, India, Stone Sculpture, ca. 9th - 14th Century CE.

Lady with a monkey. The Chennakesava Temple complex, Belur. Courtesy: Ananth V Rao

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Lady with a monkey. The Chennakesava Temple complex, Belur. Courtesy: Ananth V Rao

Architectural relief depicting two celestial female figures (Surasundaris), 10th -11th century, Madhya Pradesh, India

Architectural relief depicting two celestial female figures (Surasundaris), 10th -11th century, Madhya Pradesh, India

Sitting Lakshmi This 9 -inches bronze idol of Lakshmi featuring the goddess in sitting position is a unique piece of art. Visit our website- www.goodkarmastore.in- to check our range of artistic and religious idols.

Sitting Lakshmi This 9 -inches bronze idol of Lakshmi featuring the goddess in sitting position is a unique piece of art. Visit our website- www.goodkarmastore.in- to check our range of artistic and religious idols.

Tara, Pala Sena period, 10th c., India. BUDDHA / STATUES / ICONS : More @ FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Tara, Pala Sena period, 10th c., India. BUDDHA / STATUES / ICONS : More @ FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Tree Dryad (Shalabhanjika)  12-13th C  India  Dimensions:      H. 42 1/2 in. (108 cm); W. 14 in. (35.6 cm)  Integrated into the carved facades of Indian temples is a host of seductive females whose identifications are not always apparent. Some are nature spirits. Others serve as consorts and companions to the gods. The blossoming branch in this woman's hand and the tree trunk in the background suggest that she is a wood nymph.

Tree Dryad (Shalabhanjika) 12-13th C India Dimensions: H. 42 1/2 in. (108 cm); W. 14 in. (35.6 cm) Integrated into the carved facades of Indian temples is a host of seductive females whose identifications are not always apparent. Some are nature spirits. Others serve as consorts and companions to the gods. The blossoming branch in this woman's hand and the tree trunk in the background suggest that she is a wood nymph.

Lalita with sons Ganesha and Skanda, Odisha. 11th century sculpture from the British Museum. Tripurasundari is the primary goddess associated with the Shakta Tantric tradition known as Sri Vidya.The Goddess Who is "Beautiful in the Three Worlds"

Lalita with sons Ganesha and Skanda, Odisha. 11th century sculpture from the British Museum. Tripurasundari is the primary goddess associated with the Shakta Tantric tradition known as Sri Vidya.The Goddess Who is "Beautiful in the Three Worlds"

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