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Vintage Hindu Gilt Silver Bronze Statue
Dancing Dakini
Devi Goddess
Origin: India. Circa: early 20th century
H 15.5 in.(39cm), W 9 in.(23cm), D 5 in.(12.5cm)
Condition: very good!


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Dancing Devi

Dakini are manifestation of the kundalini energy, a physical personification of shakti. The naked and sensual Dancing Dakini represents the primordial consciousness in pulsations; a cosmic force of pure joy stripped of obscuration and defilement. As represented in this silver gilt bronze. The Dancing Dakini is life-like and radiating with joy, her face is serene and body well proportioned. As her upper torso is swaying in an arc, she is dancing with a drum in her rising right arm, with left arm extended to counter her right foot in mid air, and striking a perfect balance with the bended knee of her left, which resulted in a sinuous and graceful dance movement, with all the vitality of the Divine Feminine eloquently realized in this statue.

  
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