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Devi Durga is born of the wrath of all devas of devaloka (the realm of existence of devas) combined. They were overwhelmed by the sabotaging antics of Mahishasura, the buffalo demon when they gathered to give birth to Devi Durga. As a Devi, She embodies the extremes of wrath and prowess. In Her asankhya (innumerable) hands, she wields the finest weapons, each of which has been bestowed upon her by the likes of Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva.
On this page you see the ashtabhujadhari (eight-armed) Devi Durga, with one of her anterior-most hands rose in blessing over her devotees. Colored in the wrath and raw ferocity of Her Mahishasuramardini iconography (‘mardini’ is Sanskrit for ‘slayeress’), it is easy to overlook the tranquil and beauteous side of Simhavahini Devi Durga. After all, she is the wife of Lord Shiva and the queen of the Hindi Devi pantheon. This brass composition captures the beauty and grace of her solitary image.
She mounts (Vahini) the back of her Simha (lion). The silk of her dhoti lies in lifelike folds over her lalitasana legs. Her long, slender torso is bedecked with ample gold jewelry, fit for a queen as powerful as she is. Her crowned and haloed countenance bears composure of calm and determination and independence. The engraved aureole and intricately sculpted pedestal frame the composition.
Simhavahini Devi Durga Brass Sculpture: