The Gazweasel Times

By gazweasel


Sitting on her lotus throne, holding a child, a fly whisk and an elephant emblem, here's the mother goddess worshipped by both Buddhists and Hindus. If you're really eagle eyed (or look large) you may find a little Ganesha hiding beside her.

This was carved sometime between 1150-1200 in North East India. Now it lives in the V&A.

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