An image of Durga under an arch displaying the Mahavidyas, with Shiva at the apex; 1930's

Source: ebay, Apr. 2006

The ten Mahavidyas, each with her yantra for meditation, in modern Madhubani style

(downloaded April 2002)

The ten Mahavidyas, painted by Vidya Devi and Dhirendra Jha

On the website, the goddesses are identified as follows:
Kali, Tara, Chinnamasta, Shodashi, Bhuvaneshwari;
Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi, Kamala,

(downloaded July 2005)

The Mahavidyas and friends, larger paintings by Vidya Devi and Dhirendra Jha
on handmade paper treated with cowdung (14"x21")
identified as described on the website:

*Bagalimukhi, the Paralyzer*
*Bhairavi, the Fierce One*
*Bhuvaneshwari, she whose Body is the World*
*Chinnamasta, the Self-Decapitated Goddess*
*Dhumawati, the Widow Goddess*
*Kali, the Black Goddess*
*Kamala, the Lotus Goddess*
*Matangi, the Outcaste Goddess*
*Shodashi, she who is Lovely in the Three Worlds*
*Tara, the Goddess who Guides through Troubles*

and other auctions
(downloaded July 2005)

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