Souvenir Painting of the Goddess Shashthi on a Cat, Kalighat style, c. 1880, Bengal
The goddess Hariti with three children Sikri, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province 2nd–3rd century CE Schist H. 36 1/4 x W. 14 3/16 x D. 5 1/8 in. (92 x 36 x 13 cm) Lahore Museum, G-102. [entry by LH on 30 March 2014].
Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon 14th century. Nepal. Gilt copper alloy. (via Flickr: Rubin Museum of Art)
A Chola bronze standing figure of the goddess Lakshmi
Three cats | Cover of "Man, Volume No. 20, Special Issue" | by Hisui Sugiura
Jain Goddess Ambika
This is a Schist figure of a matrika (mother goddess) from Tanesara, Southern Rajasthan, India from the mid-6th century AD. The goddess in Hinduism takes on many forms, some fierce and powerful, others peaceful and loving. In this sculpture she is shown as the embodiment of maternal love. This is emphasised by her gaze, which is directed towards the child at her knee.