The figure wears a head-dress, kirita-makuta, a diadem tied in the back and pointed at top.
This depiction of Durga is rare and important, as it is a large-scale example of the goddess in bronze. Her conquest over the buffalo demon is indicated by its severed head at her feet. She stands four-armed and triumphant, with a wheel, conch shell, mace, and clod of earth in her hands.
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