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Khmer Vishnu bronze, shown as handsome young man in royal clothes and with four arm, ca post 18th to 19th century

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A fine Khmer Vishnu bronze shown as handsome young man in royal clothes and with four arms. One arm holds conch shell or Chanka, called Panchajanaya depicting a demon killed by Krishna, second holds a discus weapon called Sudashana or Vajrnabha, given by Agni to Krishna as a reward for defeating Indra, third hand holds a mace, known as Kaunodaki also given by Agni to Krishna on the same occasion, and the fourth bears lotus or Padma,  a rare and ornate bronze in well preserved condition, H 12” ca 1700 AD or later
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[1] Ions, Veronica, Indian Mythology, Newness Books, England, 1986