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Standing Sura-Sundari
Title Standing Sura-Sundari
Museum Name National Museum, New Delhi
Gallery Name Archaeology
Object Type Archaeology
Main Material Stone
Country India
Origin Place Nagda, Udaipur, Rajasthan
Patron/Dynasty Guhila
Period / Year of Work 10th - 11th Century AD
Dimensions Ht. 100.0cm Wd. 32.0cm,
Brief Description Figure of Sura-Sundari standing on left leg in tribhanga mudra, right leg being raised up in an artistic manner. She is holding the stalk of a well spread out tree from left hand while right hand is raised above the head and touching flowers. Her hairs are combed nicely forming an ornamented bun at the back. She wears a kundala, hara, armlets, wristlets, anklets and an ornamented transparent uttariya arched eyes, long nose, pointed chin and fully developed breasts are her physical features. Towards her left is a female figure playing flute while another female figure towards her right is playing with ball. One ball is tossed up while another is being tossed. The back frame is decorated with floral patterns. Buff sand stone.