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Saraswati - The Goddess of Music and Learning...
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35 inch x 48 inch
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Lakshmi - Goddess of Prosperity with The Wealth Pot
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Devi Lakshmi on Her Vahana
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The Victorious Devi Mahishasuramardini
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Padmasana Devi Sarasvati Blesses Her Devotees
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Lord Shiva In Samadhi
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Enthroned Ganesha
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The Ten Mahavidyas : Kali
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The Ten Mahavidyas : Shodashi - She Who is Lovely in the Three Worlds
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Devi Sarasvati In A Raw Yellow Saree
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