Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"

Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"
Antique wooden sculpture "Yashodhara"

Antique sculpture "Yashodhara". Made of wood with gilding and inlaid with colored glass inserts, like Indian jewelry. India, XX century.


Yashodhara was the wife of Prince Siddhārtha Gautama, who founded Buddhism. She later joined the community of Buddhist nuns, considered arhati (liberated).