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Here the Great Goddess has eight arms, each holding a different implement. She wears a tall and conical crown typical to South Indian aesthetics. The calm and inward-looking expression on her face belie the ruthlessness evident in battle just a few moments ago. Her mount, the lion, standing behind her, still bears evident traces of wrath, even though the goddess herself displays no anger. On the lion's face framed by a beautiful mane are two popping eyes, and an open mouth revealing a set of gnarling teeth.
The whole composition is backed by an elaborate aureole, topped with the 'kirtimukha', the face of auspiciousness.