Media Type: Brass - 4"x12.5" long - Handmade in Nepal.
Nag Kanya Serpent Daughter Door Handle Demi-Goddess is made of brass, 4"x12.
5" long and is handmade in Nepal.
The upper part of the Nag Kanya body is human and the lower part is of snake. She holds her hands in namaste. The Naga Kanya or Cobra Women are typically viewed as a race of fairy-like demi-goddesses born of Vishnu's vehicle, & they may have the forms of beautiful maidens, but are usually maidens only from the waist up, serpents from the waist down.
Such a Naga Kanya is a bringer of treasures (akin to Lakshmi) but not merely of material wealth. She brings the ultimate treasure, wisdom, represented by the gem or diamond-pattern on the back of a cobra's hood or the jewel imbedded in Kanya's forehead.
The Naga's are the rain-givers, the guardian of the water. They are also considered the guardian of the riches of the deep, and are supposed to carry a precious jewel in their foreheads. The daughter of the Nagas (Snakes) are known as Naga Kanya's.
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