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Goddess Kali and The Avatars of Vishnu

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "North India, 19th century of later (via christies.com)Depicting a dark-skinned kali standing on Shiva surrounded by vultures and jackals, surrounded by 10 scenes of Vishnu’s avatars, clockwise from top left: Matsya killing a demon, Kurma the turtle in story of the Samudra Manthan, Varaha the boar raising up the world from the ocean, Vamana the dwarf with king Maha Bali, Narasimha killing the tyrant Hiranyakashipu, then two depictions of Rama, one of Krishna, next a depiction of Rajput Vishnaivite saint seated on a raised dais, and finally a representation of Kaliki on a raised dais."
2 Enakshi Ganguly = ""