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Uma-Maheshwar (in round)
Title Uma-Maheshwar (in round)
Museum Name Archaeological Survey of India, Goa
Gallery Name Gallery no-1
Object Type Sculpture
Main Material Basalt
Artist's Nationality Indian
Country India
Provenance Kurdi
Find Place Kurdi
Style Kadamba/Yadava
Patron/Dynasty Kadamba/Yadava
Period / Year of Work 7th Century AD
Tribe Kadamba/Yadava
Culture Kadamba/Yadava
Dimensions 0.62 m X 0.49 m X 0.01 m
Detailed Description A highly ornamented sculpture of Uma-Maheshwar in alingana posture wearing jatha mukutha with depiction of elaborate, ornamental prabhavali behind their heads. Right hand of Mahesh is in abhayamudra and the left arm is embracing Uma on her shoulder. Uma is depicted with four hands. One right arm is broken and the other is embracing Mahesh. In the left hand she is holding a lotus (only the stem is visible) and in the other hand she is holding a mirror. Both the deities are adorned with elaborate ornamentation.
Brief Description A highly ornamented sculpture of Uma-Maheshwar in alingana posture.