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Chhinamasta- "he self-decapitated Goddess,  one of the ten Wisdom Goddesses,or vepeat on all Mahavidyas"  (Available in custom size)

Chhinamasta- "he self-decapitated Goddess, one of the ten Wisdom Goddesses,or vepeat on all Mahavidyas" (Available in custom size)

Art Work By Sagar World

Chhinamasta is a form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas or Wisdom Goddesses. Chhina means severed and masta means head. This means one whose head is severed. She is depicted as decapitating her own head and holding it in her hand and a scimitar in the other. Three streams of blood spurting out of the neck, consumed by the two attendants and by the goddess herself. The goddess symbolically represents the cycle of creation and destruction and the importance of self-sacrifice. Available in big custom size. Max size 48X63 cms. Contact us for details.

Chhinamasta is a form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas or Wisdom Goddesses. Chhina means severed and masta means head. This means one whose head is severed. She is depicted as decapitating her own head and holding it in her hand and a scimitar in the other. Three streams of blood spurting out of the neck, consumed by the two attendants and by the goddess herself. The goddess symbolically represents the cycle of creation and destruction and the importance of self-sacrifice. Available in big custom size. Max size 48X63 cms. Contact us for details.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame.

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Chhinamasta is a form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas or Wisdom Goddesses. Chhina means severed and masta means head. This means one whose head is severed. She is depicted as decapitating her own head and holding it in her hand and a scimitar in the other. Three streams of blood spurting out of the neck, consumed by the two attendants and by the goddess herself. The goddess symbolically represents the cycle of creation and destruction and the importance of self-sacrifice. Available in big custom size. Max size 48X63 cms. Contact us for details.

Chhinamasta is a form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas or Wisdom Goddesses. Chhina means severed and masta means head. This means one whose head is severed. She is depicted as decapitating her own head and holding it in her hand and a scimitar in the other. Three streams of blood spurting out of the neck, consumed by the two attendants and by the goddess herself. The goddess symbolically represents the cycle of creation and destruction and the importance of self-sacrifice. Available in big custom size. Max size 48X63 cms. Contact us for details.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame.