Hanumān stands on the banks of a body of water. He wears green shorts and has a pink shawl draped over his shoulder and chest. He wears a crown and jewel encrusted armlets. On his chest rests a floral garland and necklaces. He holds a mace in his right hand and the tip of his tail in his left hand. Company School, Patna, early 19th cent.
Durga Slaying the Buffalo Demon, Raktabij, and Kali Lapping up the Demon’s Blood, Page from a Markandeya Purana Series Culture: Indian Medium: Opaque watercolor on paper Place Made: Chamba, Punjab Hills, India Dates: 1800-1825 Brooklyn Museum
A folio from the Devi Mahatmya, part of the Markandeya Purana: Vishnu sleeping on the sea-serpent on the face of the waters, Brahma seated on the lotus rising from his navel, the demons Madhu and Kaitabha about to attack Pahari, probably Basohli, early 19th Century