Camundi is one of the fearsome manifestations of Shiva’s wife. Here she sits on two defeated demons. She wears a garland of skulls. She has eight arms. Her left hands hold a noose (pasha), a bow (dhanus), a severed head (belonging to one of the demons) and a skull cup (kapala). Her right hands hold a trident (trishula), a damaged attribute, a sword (khadga) and an arrow (bana). She is accompanied by Ganesha (on her right) and Bhairava (on her left) dancing on rows of skulls. The Bhairava appears to be a miniature copy of the one in Leiden. The image was broken up by the owner of the land where it was found, because it was thought to cause bad luck.
Ardimulyo (near Singosari), East Java