ASI Museum Khajuraho

Antiquities 126



Four armed image of Vishnu standing in tribhanga Mudra. The upper right hand together with the attributes (gada) is broken. The other hands hold, clockwise , Chakra and Sankha, the lower right being in Katihasta. Accompanied by a female figure standing in tribhanga holding lotus by the stalk in the left hand on the proper right and Garuda on proper left. Oval prabha (nimbus) decorated with lotus petal border behind the head of the deity. Noses, chins and portions of the legs of all the figures are slightly peeled off. Some fingers of the left hand of the main figure are missing. Male garlenders on both side of upper part of frame.

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Sr. No. Title Information
1 Accession / Registration No. 126
2 Title of object Vishnu
3 Type of object Sculpture
4 Date / Period 10th – 11th Century A.D.
5 Dynasty / Style Chandella dynasty
6 Provenance Khajuraho
7 Material Sand Stone
8 Measurement / Weight Height : 143 cms.
Width : 59 cms.
Thickness : 37 cms.
Extent & Fixed in pedestal
9 Location at the museum Displayed in the museum (Vaisnava Gallery)