Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph

Vintage Hindu Durga Devotional Puja Print Lithograph

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This beautiful vintage print is of the Hindu Goddess Durga. 

Durga is a Goddess of Strength and Justice who brings compassion, peace, calm and order to the chaos, destruction and conflict in any situation. She appears to us on her tiger, looking completely serene and composed, dressed in a red silk sari and carrying various weapons and tools in her eight to eighteen arms.

In the Hindu traditions of South Asia, Durga is the Divine Mother Goddess who presides over the seasons of life, death, and birth. To many, She is simply DEVI, which means ‘Goddess’ and comes from the sanskrit ‘Deva’, which means ‘to shine’.

Durga is the Great Mother who helps us remove the limitations and emotional and mental obscurations that prevent us from shining the Divine Light we all carry within our hearts.

The print has be stuck onto a paper frame. It has a rip in the middle where it has been stuck down with glue. Which I have photographed and some tears on the bottom left similar to the one in the photo but you cannot notice these. 

Size: 10" x 8"

Free 1st class postage to anywhere in the UK 

It is important to understand that these are not just images of Gods; they are Gods - Gods incarnate in their printed image. During puja (worship) the Gods are invited to descend into their images and are treated as guests. Offerings of fruit, flowers, and sweets are placed before these prints, prayers chanted to them, incense burned before them, and garlands of marigolds are hung around their frames.

This print has gone through many monsoons (with months of humidity), so it may have some staining and discoloration, along with some marks, that come with daily use and age. 

In the period following independence in 1947 in India, the religious print business in India grew dramatically in its scale and diversity. All the prints I import from India are from this era and are a lot more colorful and bold in comparison to the very early prints in the late 1800's.

*Price includes free postage to anywhere in the UK.*

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