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Didarganj Yakshini


Anindita Basu
by Anandajoti
published on 07 October 2016
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Life-sized, monolithic, polished sandstone sculpture of a female figure, identified as a yakshini, from the Mauryan period, now housed at the Patna Museum, India.
Didarganj, Bihar, India, 3rd century BCE

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