Lot 3041
Asian Art Auction | 10 September 2020
A black stone figure of Manasa

Northeast India, Pala period, 12th century

Goddess Manasa seated in rajalilasana holding a snake in her left hand, her pendent right foot resting on her attribute the kalasha. She is flanked by her husband the sage Jaratkaru and her son Astika. A seven-headed naga rises up and spreads its hood above the serpent goddess. Manasa is worshipped chiefly for the prevention and cure of snakebite and for fertility and prosperity.

H 11 cm

€ 200,00
€ 300,00
€ 550,00

Hamerprijs: € 550