A 1927 depiction of Tarabai in battle by noted Marathi painter M. V. Dhurandhar
Khandoba and Mhalsa killing demons Mani-Malla — a popular oleograph, c.1880.
Equestrian statue of Tarabai in Kolhapur
The sanctum of Khandoba's older temple Kadepathar, Jejuri. Khandoba is worshipped in three forms: stone icon with the consorts (top), metal icon with Mhalsa (mid, covered with garlands) and two lingas, symbolizing him and Mhalsa.
Mani is seen worshipped in the Jejuri temple of Khandoba
Khandoba with his two chief wives: Mhalsa and Banai.
A painting depicts Khandoba riding a white horse with Mhalsa, accompanied with a dog and attendants including a Waghya dancing before him.
Khandoba in a household shrine (devghar) of a Deshastha Brahmin family
A Vaghya, the bard of Khandoba
Khandoba's newer Temple in Jejuri. Notice devotees showering turmeric powder (bhandara) on each other, in a temple festival.
Mylara Lingeshwara Temple at Mylara, Bellary District, Karnataka
Khandoba with Mhalsa, a company style painting from Tiruchirappalli. Khandoba is depicted with the traditional attributes of Shiva like the Trishula, damaru and the deer.
Khandoba with his wives at Mailar Mallanna temple, Khanapur near Bidar, Karnataka.

The regent of the Maratha Empire of India from 1700 until 1708.

- Tarabai

In 1752, the Maratha dowager queen Tarabai chose Khandoba's Jejuri temple to seal her pact with the Peshwa ruler, Balaji Bajirao, in the deity's presence.

- Khandoba
A 1927 depiction of Tarabai in battle by noted Marathi painter M. V. Dhurandhar

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