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Mahavidya Goddesses

Mahavidya Chinnamasta

Mahavidya Chinnamasta

Artist : Sundar Sinkhwal

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Chinnamasta or Chinnamunda, the 'Severed Head or Decapitated' goddess, is the third of the ten 'Great Knowledge' or Mahavidya goddesses. Collectively these ten mahavidyas represent the specific manifestations of the 'great goddess' Devi or Durga, who assumed these powerful aspects in order...

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Mahakali Enthroned

Mahakali Enthroned

Artist : Amrit Dangol

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Painted by Amrit Dangol over a four-month period, this composition depicts Mahakali, the "Great Black" goddess, squatting upon the 'corpse-throne' of quiescent Shiva and wrathful Mahakala as she engages in 'reversed sexual union' (Skt. viparita-rati) with her lord, Shiva-Mahadeva. Kali...

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Chinnamasta

Chinnamasta

Artist : Samundra Man Singh Shrestha

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This magnificent painting by Samundra depicts Chinnamasta, the 'severed headed' yogini, who traditionally appears as the third of the ten mahavidya or 'Great Knowledge-holding' goddesses in the Hindu shakta-tantra traditions. Collectively the ten mahavidya represent the...

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Mahavidya Tripura Sundari

Mahavidya Tripura Sundari

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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Tripura Sundari, the 'Beautiful or Charming Lady (Skt. sundari) of the Three Cities (Skt. tripura)', manifests as the third of the ten Mahavidya or 'Great Knowledge' goddesses of the Hindu shakta-tantra traditions. Among her thousand epithets she is also known as Sodashi...

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Tripura Sundari on Mahavidya Throne

Tripura Sundari on Mahavidya Throne

Artist : Ratna Gopal Sinkhwal

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Tripura Sundari, the "Beautiful Lady (Skt. sundari) of the Three Cities (Skt. tripura)", appears as the third of the ten Mahavidya or 'Great Knowledge' goddesses. Among her thousand epithets she is also known by the names of: Sodashi (sixteen year-old), Lalita (playful), and...

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Mahavidya Bhairavi (Sepia)

Mahavidya Bhairavi (Sepia)

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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Bhairavi, meaning the 'Terrifying', is the fifth of the ten Mahavidya or 'Great knowledge' goddesses, and has many different forms. In this sepia composition she appears here in her auspicious four-armed aspect as Sampatpradha Bhairavi, or 'She who bestows good fortune'....

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Mahavidya Bagalamukhi

Mahavidya Bagalamukhi

Artist : Samundra Man Singh Shrestha

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Bagalamukhi, the 'Crane-headed One', appears as the eighth of the ten mahavidya goddesses, and she is also known by the names of Bagala (the crane): Pitambara-devi (the yellow-clad goddess): Bakamukhi (heron-faced), and as Vagla or Vagalamukhi. Her legend relates how an asura demon...

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Mahavidya Dhumavati

Mahavidya Dhumavati

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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Dhumavati, meaning the "Smoke-coloured or Smoky-one", is listed as the seventh of the ten mahavidya or 'Great Knowledge' goddesses, and is the most inauspicious in appearance. She takes the form of an elderly and ugly widow (Skt. vidhava), a role that has always held a somewhat...

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Tripura Bhairavi

Tripura Bhairavi

Artist : Ritesh Shahi

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Bhairavi, meaning the 'Terrible or Terrifying', is the female counterpart of Bhairava, the wrathful form of Rudra-Shiva, and she appears as the fifth of the ten Mahavidya or 'Great knowledge' goddesses of the Hindu female or shakta-tantra traditions. Like Bhairava she has many different...

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