Navaratri series Day 4: Kaumāri🙏🏼❤️
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🎶” Kaumāri aval mayil vāhanathil…”🎶 -Janani Jagath Karani, Dance Drama by SDN🙏🏼
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Kaumāri is the Shakti of Lord Karthikeya (Muruga) or Kumara. Also known as Kumari, Kartikeyani and Ambika, She mounts the beautiful peacock and is sometimes depicted six-headed like Kartikeya. She is usually portrayed with four hands holding a Vel (spear), axe, a Shakti (power) or Tanka (silver coins) and bow. Dressed in a red garment, Goddess Kaumāri destroys bad temper in a devotee who worships Her. 🙏🏼
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P.S: Kaumāri Devi’s skin colour is not mentioned specifically, so I painted Her in light green because She can also be considered a form of Valli, who is usually portrayed having a light green colour, in most paintings.
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Done using Camlin Acrylic paint on Watercolour Sheet 🙏🏼 (modelled on a Bharathanatyam dance pose).
Kaumari Devi Painting Process Video :

Navaratri Series Day 4: Matrika Devi Kaumāri Painting

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