A Day at Government Museum in Bangalore

On 5th of  March I was invited to facilitate the first Biennale Awakening Shakti Women organized by The She Stands Tall Project at Shoonya Centre. It was a nice opportunity to visit the Government Museum. Quite disappointed for the decor of the Museum, at last we discovered an interesting collection kept in the last room and in the garden. 

Here some of the art works.

Luisa Spagna

Photos: Paolo Pacciolla

 

 

SHIV BHAIRAV, 10th century A.D. Chola period

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MAHESVARI, 7th C.A.D.

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VAISHNAVI, 7th C.A.D.

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VARAHI, 7th C.A.D.

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INDRANI, 7th C.A.D.

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SAPTHAMATRIKAS, 12th century

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DANCERS AND MUSICIANS, 12th century Hoysala style.

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THANDAVESWARA, 12th century A.D. Hoysale style

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NAGINI – modern 18-19 century A.D.

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NAGA Vijayanagara style 15th A.D.

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DEVI, 18 th century

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HERO STONES (Gograhana), Vijayanagara style, 15th A.D.

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HERO STONES  (Different Ages)

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