Album of popular prints mounted on cloth pages. Colour lithograph, lettered, inscribed and numbered 28. The goddess Jagadhatri is seen complete with all her iconographical signs: her four hands display a conch, a discus, a shaft, and a bow. She is portrayed upon her lion mount; the lion is astride an elephant. The worship of Jagadhatri is popular in Bengal, and the myth that surrounds her bears similarities to that of Durga.
Printed in: Calcutta
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