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A silver and copper inlaid copper alloy shrine of Vishnu Northeast India, Pala period, 11th century 6-3/4 in.

A silver and copper inlaid copper alloy shrine of Vishnu Northeast India, Pala period, century

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Vishnu with his Consorts Eastern India, Bengal/Bangladesh Region Pala Dynasty, circa Century Bronze Height 16 in.

A beautiful bronze from Kurkihar.  Pin by LH, Cambridge.

A beautiful bronze from Kurkihar. Pin by LH, Cambridge.

A BRONZE FIGURE OF FOUR DEITIES NORTHEASTERN INDIA, PALA PERIOD, 12TH CENTURY

A BRONZE FIGURE OF FOUR DEITIES NORTHEASTERN INDIA, PALA PERIOD, 12TH CENTURY

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An Exceptional and Highly Important Black Stone Vaishnavite Stele Height: 38 in.

The Buddhist Goddess Shyama Tara (Green Tara) Attended by Sita Tara (White Tara) and Bhrikuti Attributed to Kumaradeva (India, active 8th century) India, Madhya Pradesh, Sirpur, circa 8th century Sculpture Copper alloy inlaid with silver 15 x 10 1/8 x 7 in. (38.1 x 25.71 x 17.78 cm) From the Nasli and Alice Heeramaneck Collection, Museum Associates Purchase (M.84.32.1a-d) South and Southeast Asian Art

The Buddhist Goddess Shyama Tara (Green Tara) Attended by Sita Tara (White Tara) and Bhrikuti LACMA - Tara (Buddhism) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Meenakshi Kalyanam - Marriage of Shiva and Parvati, Chola bronze,11th century, Rajaraja Museum, Thanjavur  Shiva and Parvati join hands, accompanied by Vishnu (right) and Lakshmi (left). Although Vishnu is not on the same platform as the other figures, the group belongs together (Huntington, pp.533-534). The rearing antelope in Shiva's left upper hand is a typical attribute in the South.

Meenakshi Kalyanam - Marriage of Shiva and Parvati, Chola bronze,11th century, Rajaraja Museum, Thanjavur Shiva and Parvati join hands, accompanied by Vishnu (right) and Lakshmi (left). Although Vishnu is not on the same platform as the other figures, the group belongs together (Huntington, pp.533-534). The rearing antelope in Shiva's left upper hand is a typical attribute in the South.

Tara,	12th century  India: West Bengal or Bangladesh, 1000-1099 Brass inlaid with silver 4-5/8 x 3-7/8 in. (11.7 x 9.8 cm)

Tara, century India: West Bengal or Bangladesh, Brass inlaid with silver x in. x cm) The Norton Simon Foundation

Vasudhara - Goddess of Abundance  Nepal; ca. 13th century - Metal  Rubin Museum of Art

Vasudhara - Goddess of Abundance Nepal; century - Metal Rubin Museum of Art

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