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Durga as Maheshasuramardini, having overcome the demon, holds his decapitated head in her hands, A rare 17th to 18th century bronze 15 cm. width: 10 cm. depth: 6 cm

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Durga as Maheshasuramardini having overcome the demon, holds his severed head in her hands,  A rare 17th - 18th century bronze  height 15 cm. width: 10 cm. depth: 6 cm. Condition consistent with age.  Some of her artistic and sculptural representations of Durga are as a goddess riding a lion or tiger, with many arms carrying weapons. Her most ferocious form of defeating Mahishasura ( buffalo demon) with its head in her hands is the ultimate display of fate of the evil demons in her hands,