Brass Durga / Mahishasura Mardini On Wood
Brass Durga Frame 12''mounted on high finish wooden base with rubber pads at the bottom to prevent scratches on delicate tabletop surfaces. Once upon a time in primordial India, Mahishasura (the king of demons) gained a tricky boon from Lord Shiva. He could neither be killed by a human or a deity. His reign of terror brought even the mightiest gods to their knees. And at last, it was brought before the destroyer, creator and preserver.
They blazed forth a triadic force which emerged as Goddess Durga. She received features from each and every god. Her face from Shiva, her ten arms from lord Vishnu, her feet from Lord Brahma and so on. They also gave her the weapons such as trident, conch, thunderbolt, sword, and spear and decked her up in warrior amour and jewels. The god of the mighty mountains gave her the lion to ride with a thunderous roar, the misfortunes of Mahishasura had begun. The goddess slayed him despite his tricks and numerous form changes (buffalo, lion and elephant).
The product might have slight irregularities in color, design and moulding as its thoroughly handcrafted by artisans.
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