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Cast copper alloy image of four-armed Kali striding over recumbent Shiva, the group set on a rectangular base. She is depicted four-armed and with hands (clockwise from her lower right) holding a skull-cup, displaying abhaya-mudra, holding a chopper and holding a severed human head. She has a peacock feather in her hair, has a prominently displayed third eye and tongue extended in the usual way. There are many vestiges of worship in the form of caked sandal-paste. Recumbent Shiva holds a damaru (hourglass drum) in his left hand and a ?horn held up towards his ear, in his right.
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Height: 11.70 centimetres
Length: 10.20 centimetres (of base)
Width: 4.80 centimetres (of base)
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- Sound, but with caked sandalpaste, indicative of past veneration.
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