Kāmeśvarī Goddess of Desire illustration from book "A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses", attendant with consort of LalitaTripurasundari
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The Goddess of Desire
Kamesvari is a seductive female goddess from the area in India called Assam. She has four arms holding an elephant goad (upper right), to catch those she seduces, flower arrows (lower right), to pierce through their nodding sleepy unawareness like the European Cupid, a noose (upper left), to ensnare them with - and a long sugar-cane stalk with leaves that she uses for her bow to shoot the arrows with (lower right).
She emerges from a wet downward pointing triangle, adorned with a glittering crown circlet on her forehead studded with rubies and wearing a string of bells. Her hair is a mass of curls like a swarm of black bees ... Here she wears large golden earrings and only the bottom half of her sari, showing her beautiful breasts.
© Laura Santi
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