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Galerie Alexis Renard  Terracotta Yakshi from Chandraketugarh   India, Bengal, Chandraketugarh  circa 2nd century BC, Sunga period  terracotta  35.5cm high  Brussels Oriental Art Fair 2009

Galerie Alexis Renard Terracotta Yakshi from Chandraketugarh India, Bengal, Chandraketugarh circa century BC, Sunga period terracotta high Brussels Oriental Art Fair 2009

Plaque with the goddess Durga and attendants, Shunga period (ca. 2nd–1st century B.C.), 1st century B.C.  Chandraketugarh, West Bengal, India, terracotta.

Plaque with the goddess Durga and attendants, Shunga period (ca. Chandraketugarh, West Bengal, India Terracotta 10 x 7 in. x 20 cm)

#72 #buddha - made by Rinat Dasaev with Bazaart #collage

- made by Rinat Dasaev with Bazaart

Miracle of Sravasti From Khum Zargar, Afghanistan grey schist H: ca. 59" Date: ca. 3rd - 4th century Kabul Museum, Kabul Photograph taken in 1970

Miracle of Sravasti From Khum Zargar, Afghanistan grey schist H: ca. - century Kabul Museum, Kabul Photograph taken in 1970

From Wikiwand: Shunga fecundity deity. 2nd–1st century BCE.

From Wikiwand: Shunga fecundity deity.

Ashoka Maurya  (ca. 304–232 BC), commonly known as Ashoka and also as Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent from ca. 269 BC to 232 BC. One of India's greatest emperors, Ashoka reigned over most of present-day India after a number of military conquests.

Indian relief from Amaravati, Guntur. Preserved in Guimet Museum.jpg A century BCE/CE relief from Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh (India). The figure in the centre may represent Ashoka.

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Royal couple with attendants Satavahana

Yashas on pillar of western gateway, Sanchi

Yaksha on pillar of western gateway, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, India

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