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The 18-armed Hindu goddess Durga

The 18-armed Hindu goddess Durga

Mother Goddess (Matrika) | Period: Post-Gupta period Date: mid- 6th century | Culture: India (Rajasthan, Tanesara)

Mother Goddess (Matrika) | Period: Post-Gupta period Date: mid- 6th century | Culture: India (Rajasthan, Tanesara)

Kamadhenu,  Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

Kamadhenu, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

I believe this is Sharabhavatara (avatar of Shiva) rather than as listed as Garuda (Vishnu's vehichle) with icons of Shiva in his plumage and a snake in his hair. I see this  symbollically,  Shiva has co-opted Vishnu's Garuda - although Sharabha does not actually replace Garuda.( ca. 1750) India

I believe this is Sharabhavatara (avatar of Shiva) rather than as listed as Garuda (Vishnu's vehichle) with icons of Shiva in his plumage and a snake in his hair. I see this symbollically, Shiva has co-opted Vishnu's Garuda - although Sharabha does not actually replace Garuda.( ca. 1750) India

Shiva & Parvati

Shiva & Parvati

Face from a male Deity, probably Lord Shiva. Angkor period ca. 930–60 Cambodia. Bronze with silver inlay. Few large bronze sculptures from 10th C. Cambodia survived.

Face from a male Deity, probably Lord Shiva. Angkor period ca. 930–60 Cambodia. Bronze with silver inlay. Few large bronze sculptures from 10th C. Cambodia survived.

Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu | Pakistan (Northwest Frontier Province, probably Swat Valley) | The Met

Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu | Pakistan (Northwest Frontier Province, probably Swat Valley) | The Met

shiva

shiva

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Digital Capture

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