Acceptable/good condition, with minor signs of wear
This copper statue shows Kali has a very fierce shape, with 4. Kali wears a wreath of skulls around her neck and a skirt made entirely of severed arms. The story of the pose of this sculpture is as follows:
To keep her in check, Shiva took on the appearance of a corpse and blocked her path. While the goddess, blinded by bloodlust, stumbled over his lifeless body, she snapped out of her madness. She wondered if she had killed her husband. She put a foot on Shiva's chest and brought him back to life.
Heavy statue, weight 6.949 kg.
Some elements are missing.
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- Statua speciale Kali sul cadavere di Siva
- Fine XX secolo
- Regione/paese d'origine
- In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione
- 36×28×18 cm