Dus Mahavidya Frame/Dus Mahavidya Picture Frame (दस महाविधा चित्र): The name “Mahavidya” comes from the Sanskrit roots Maha, meaning great, and Vidya, meaning Wisdom, Knowledge, Manifestation or Revelation. The Dus Mahavidya or Ten Goddesses are actually ten aspects of the Devi or the Divine Mother in Hinduism. They are the goddesses of wisdom and represent the entire spectrum of divinity, from terrifying goddesses to the most beautiful and peaceful deities. The Mahavidya (Dus Mahavidya Frame), as a group, represents a major turning point in the history of Shaktism as it marks the rise of bhakti in Shaktism. (Dus Mahavidya Picture Frame)
This movement reached its peak in 1700 CE and began during the post-puranic era, around the 6th century CE, this new theistic movement envisioned the Supreme Being as female. Important Hindu texts such as the Devi-Bhagavata Purana, especially in the seventh skandha, which is known as the Devi Geeta, speak of Devi’s powers. This soon became the central text of Shaktism. What differentiates Mahavidya from other forms of Devi are those considered Tantric in nature. The Guhyatiguyha-tantra associates the Mahavidya with the ten avatars or manifestations of Vishnu. He also states that Mahavidya is the source from which the avatars of Vishnu manifested. (Dus Mahavidya Frame)
They are the following names and expressions:
Kali: People worship this “Eater of Time” as the very essence of Brahman or the Supreme Self. Kali is the Supreme Deity of the Kalikula system.
Tara: Goddess who saves, guides, and protects. It offers the highest knowledge necessary for salvation. This Mahavidya (Dus Mahavidya Frame) has another name as Neel Saraswati.
Lalita Tripura-Sundari: The Goddess, also known as Shodashi, is the most beautiful of the three worlds. She is the main Deity of the Srikula systems. She is also famous as “Tantric Parvati” or “Moksha Mukuta”.
Bhuvaneshwari: She is the mother or Janani of the entire world. Her entire body is the universe
Bhairavi: Fierce warrior goddess.
Chhinnamasta: Goddess (Dus Mahavidya Frame) with her own head holding her own neck in her hands.
Dhumavati: The goddess of death. Besides, a widow goddess.
Baglamukhi: Goddess who paralyzes enemies.
Matangi: “Tantric Saraswati”, also Prime Minister of Lalita.
Kamala: “Tantric Lakshmi”, also a lotus goddess.
Dus Mahavidya Frame Details:
Size: 5 x 3.5 Inch
Weight: 55 gram
Product Type: Puja Photo Frame
Energized: Mahavidya Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 4-5 Days in India