Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Jambhala, The Buddhist God of Riches
Tibet
16th century

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Shivalinga
India, Maharashtra
17th-18th century

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Architectural Capital with Yakshas and Avatars
India, Uttar Pradesh, Mathura region
10th century

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A Horse-Headed Yogini
India, Madhya Pradesh
11th century

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The Hindu Gods Vishnu, Shiva, and Brahma
India, Bihar, Terai region
10th century

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Krishna and Gopis (Recto); Kamadeva, God of Desire, Shooting an Arrow at Krishna (Verso), Folio from a Gita Govinda (Song of the Cowherd)
India, Gujarat
circa 1585

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Radha Lamenting with Her Confidante, Folio from the “Garhwal” Gita Govinda (Song of the Cowherd)
India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra
circa 1775-1780

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Krishna Receives the Sacred Thread and Returns his Preceptor Sandipani’s Son, Folio from a Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord)
India, Madhya Pradesh, Malwa
circa 1640

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Indra Paying Homage to Krishna, Folio from a Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord)
Madhya Pradesh, Malwa
circa 1640

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Nata Ragini, Wife of Bhairava Raga, Folio from a Ragamala (Garland of Melodies)
Rajasthan, Bikaner
1762

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The Hindu God Bhairava
Nepal
12th Century

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Male Head
Uttar Pradesh or Bihar
circa 300

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Manjushri (left); Monk and Donors (right); Folio from a Ashtasarika Prajnaparamita (The Perfection of Wisdom) Manuscript
Central Tibet
15th century

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Relief with Three Goddesses
Uttar Pradesh, Mathura
2nd century

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Kumara, The Divine General
Pakistan, possibly Swat Valley, Gandhara region
4th century

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Tympanum with Kubera, the God of Riches
Uttar Pradesh, Mathura
4th century

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The Hindu God Vishnu
India, West Bengal or Bihar
circa 1150

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