Durga Mahisasuramardini is a combination named from Durga, Mahisa, Asura, and Mardini. Goddess Durga statue has many hands. It consists of 8 up to 16 hands in several figures. Goddess Durga is the sacred name or wife of God Shiva, Mahisa is a buffalo, Asura means giant, while Mardini comes from the word Mard which means destroy or kill. So, Durga Mahisasuramardini means Goddess Durga, who succeeds in killing a huge incarnate buffalo. Durga is a popular goddess in India and is highly adored in Hinduism. She is worshipped in the autumn in the second half of Asvina month in the Northeast India Province. Like a Goddess who is depicted at war, Durga carries weapons. Her upper hand holds the chakra equipped by God Vishnu. Goddess Durga also holds a long sword and a bow complete with arrowheads. The front right-hand pulls the tail of the buffalo (dead Mahisa). The left hand grabbed asura’s hair. The other hand carries a pitaka (shield) and sangkha (shell) given by God Vishnu. Durga is depicted winning after defeating Asura, who becomes a giant buffalo.