Nepal, Kathmandu Valley

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The Vasudhara-kalpa ritual text describes the six-armed Vasudhara (Sanskrit: “stream of gems”) as a goddess of wealth, golden in color, who sits in royal ease holding her lower right hand in a boon-granting gesture (varada mudra) while jewels flow from her left.

Vasudhara, Gilt-copper alloy, Nepal, Kathmandu Valley

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