TAASA REVIEW VOLUME 17 NO.2 – TAASA Review June 2008
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right hand and a snare in his left, but both attributes are missing from this sculpture. According to mythology, Yama was a hermit meditating in a cave, about to reach enlightenment.
Two robbers entered the cave with a stolen bull whose head they had cut off.
When the robbers realised that Yama had seen them, they decided to kill him...