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Mahishasuramardini

Ravi Varma Press, Karla Lonalavac. 1940

Museu do Oriente

Museu do Oriente
Lisboa, Portugal

According to Hinduism, Mahishasuramardini or Ashtabhuja Devi is the name given to one of the manifestations of the goddess Durga, which she assumes to kill the demon Mahishasura. A being who intended to destroy the goddesses, who combines a mahisha (buffalo) and an asura (demon).

Details

  • Title: Mahishasuramardini
  • Creator: Ravi Varma Press, Karla Lonalava
  • Date Created: c. 1940
  • Location: India
  • Physical Dimensions: 34,8 x 25,0 cm
  • Subject Keywords: Durga, Hindu goddess, Mahishasura
  • Type: Poster
  • Rights: Fundação Oriente - Museu do Oriente
  • External Link: http://www.museudooriente.pt/
  • Medium: Impressão litografica em papel
  • Photographer: Fundação Oriente - Museu do Oriente / Nuno Lobito

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