Kumari -The Tantric Goddess Wooden statues
Kumari -The Tantric Goddess Wooden statues
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The episode of the battle of the great goddess and the demon Raktabija as mentioned in the Vamana Purana describes the powerful expansions of the Adi-Shakti, which took the form of warring goddesses, each one of them originating from the other, assisting the Adi Devi Durga in slaying the demon. These goddesses came to be known as Sapta-Matrikas, “seven mothers”, and are associated with the male deities as their prime potencies. Kaumari or Karttikeyani, beautifully presented in this wooden statue, is the female counterpart of Kumara, also known as Karttikeya, the commander-in-chief of the army of the gods. According to Puranic sources, Devi Kaumari originated from the goddess Lalita. As seen in this divine wooden statue of Kaumari, the goddess is eternally youthful, yellow complexioned, and clad in godly fineries.

Kumari Tantric Goddess Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/kumari-tantric-goddess-zep195/

Hindu Goddess: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/

Statues: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/

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The episode of the battle of the great goddess and the demon Raktabija as mentioned in the Vamana Purana describes the powerful expansions of the Adi-Shakti, which took the form of warring goddesses, each one of them originating from the other, assisting the Adi Devi Durga in slaying the demon. These goddesses came to be known as Sapta-Matrikas, “seven mothers”, and are associated with the male deities as their prime potencies. Kaumari or Karttikeyani, beautifully presented in this wooden statue, is the female counterpart of Kumara, also known as Karttikeya, the commander-in-chief of the army of the gods. According to Puranic sources, Devi Kaumari originated from the goddess Lalita. As seen in this divine wooden statue of Kaumari, the goddess is eternally youthful, yellow complexioned, and clad in godly fineries.

Kumari Tantric Goddess Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/kumari-tantric-goddess-zep195/

Hindu Goddess: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/

Statues: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/

#statues #woodenstatues #goddesskumari #tantricgoddess #kumaritantricgoddess #kumariwoddenstatue #tantricwoodenstatue #hindugoddess #sculptures