About This Collectible: This is a dokra crafted maa Durga brass figurine. Dokra or Dhokra is an ancient Indian brass art and tribal craft which has been living through over 4000 years. This art form was started back in the period of one of the oldest societies, Mohenjo- daro. The simplicity of this primitive Indian handicraf has always attracted people. Dokra is principally a non-ferrous ornon-iron grounded casting of essence using lost- wax casting.
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Myth of ma Durga:
This Dhokra statue of the goddess Durga with her family is called Mahishasura Mardini, portrayed typically as a woman with ten weapons in her ten hands, killing a Demon called 'Mahishasura' to save the world as well as the haven from his tyranny. We could see her vahana Lion also in action.
We are making idols of hindu deities from generations. We express our devotion by sculpting each artifact with minute finishing details and yet without impacting the simplicity of each idol because We believe deities are part of our family. Each of our creation is an invitation from mollisarts to you to join our spiritual journey and feel the connection.