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Goddesses from Asia, including India, Polynesia, and Australia
In Japan, A Goddess lives in the clouds surrounding Mount Fuji, the mountain at the center of the world. Her name is Sengen, and she looks down from on high with a unique perspective, seeing all of each life below like a sacred stream, flowing from one rite of passage to the next, the blossoming of each new life into maturity. She is represented by cherry blossoms, such a beautiful but delicate flower; like our lives, fragile, but capable of growing and ripening into luscious, sweet fruits.
I am Benzaiten, a Water Godess who inspires artists and artisans.
My white dragon breathes the Fire of Genius, and my gown flows into a river of music and ideas.
Kannon, Japanese bodhisattva of Compassion
Her arms are down in a prayerful pose, and she is wrapped in a kimono-like shawl, tied with a golden obi.
She also has a cherry blossom in her hair.
Ratri, Hindu Goddess of the Night
She will keep you safe through the hours of darkness, and offers rest and rejuvenation.
Kauila is the First Mother of all Turtles, but she has a special place in her heart for human children as well. She is known to change herself into a human girl in order to watch over our children, promising safety for all. This doll is 6 inches tall, and is embroidered with a sea turtle and a spritely ocean wave.
custom Jaya Durga
old style Kali
Another Benzaiten, Goddess of Knowledge, Fortune, and Art