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510011864

The Goddess Purneshvari (1150-1200). Pala dynasty. Jaynagar, Bihar, North-East India, Basalt. This form of the Mother goddess was worshipped by both Buddhists and Hindus. She sits on a lotus throne and holds a child, a fly whisk and an elephant emblem.

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The Goddess Purneshvari (1150-1200).  Pala dynasty. Jaynagar, Bihar, North-East India, Basalt.  This form of the Mother goddess was worshipped by both Buddhists and Hindus.  She sits on a lotus throne and holds a child, a fly whisk and an elephant emblem.