Head of Cāmuṇḍā carved in a light brown sandstone.
The goddess is shown with her characteristically fierce and emaciated face with large protruding eyes. She has long ear lobes and wears a bun of spiky hair and a diadem of skulls. Part of a broken image with 1842.10-12. 4.
- Found/Acquired: India (probably from Malwa)
- (Asia,South Asia,India)
- Height: 12.7 centimetres
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Object reference number: RRI188
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