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Yogini II

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "Between the seventh and twelfth centuries, the term “yogini” referred to both fierce flying goddesses and the mortal women who ritually became those deities. This voluptuous yogini is a four-armed goddess. Sitting on an owl and brandishing a sword, she inserts two fingers into the corners of her open mouth, bares her individually carved teeth, and emits a piercing whistle. She may have been one of the yoginis whose name roughly translates as “she who makes a loud noise.”Source: https://www.asia.si.edu/explore/yoga/object.asp?id=90.92"
2 Enakshi Ganguly = "YoginiIndia, Uttar Pradesh, KannaujFirst half of the 11th centurySandstoneSan Antonio Museum of Art, purchased with the John and Karen McFarlin Fund and Asian Art Challenge Fund 90.92Source: https://www.asia.si.edu/explore/yoga/object.asp?id=90.92"