On the hand of the Khajuraho beauty perches a parrot. Without a doubt it has been sent to her by an admirer, just one from the plethora of her ihalokiya (mortal) and paralokiya (divine) admirers. And it is no wonder that she is so widely admired, a damsel at the perfect post-pubescent age. Carved from fine-quality wood a relatively pale, washed out brown, the artisan has left very little of the nubile nymph to the imagination.
She is a supple, sturdily built youth. Plump arms and seductively rounded shoulders, breasts that are ripe and firm and effervescent. The full torso transitions into a deliciously wide-set hip, leading down to the fine musculature of her youthful thighs and legs. The hem of the super-short dhoti she is wearing scarcely reaches mid-thigh. A chunky necklace on her torso is forced to squeeze down the narrow path between her breasts. Her numerous bracelets and anklets accentuate the shape of Her limbs.
The young woman has a most striking face to match. The soft silhouette of a full, round face. Thick, curvaceous locks that rest over her brow, almost beckoning the viewer to toy with them. Pleasant, almost innocent, features flanked by dangling-and-drop kundalas. A simple, engraved halo to convey that she is possessed of wisdom beyond her age. From the pedestal to the luxuriantly engraved aureole, this composition has borrowed heavily from the architecture of the Khajuraho caves.
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South Indian Temple Wood Carving35.50 inch Height X 17.30 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth
Item Code: ZEN861
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