I have my Durga.
I got the figure in Ganesha, on the South Bank. It is a bronze casting from Bangladesh. The Goddess stands with her foot on the demon’s shoulder. Though he holds his thick, heavy blade ready, he is kneeling, her spear-point at his chest.
I am unclear about the beast: I have seen her riding a tiger or a lion, but this could be a wild boar. I have seen the demon with a cow. So the beast could be his or hers, poised with its tusks against his arm.
Ganesha, the elephant god, is on her lower right, and a god with two weapons on her lower left. She is flanked by two more pacific gods, one with a stringed instrument, one with a large fruit. If you know who those gods might be, I would be very grateful if you would leave a comment explaining.
I have no beliefs about Durga at all, but I know possibilities. One is that she exists in Eternity and also in time as a manifestation of the Feminine Divine, a Being who has taken an interest in humanity, and interacts with us. Another is that she is a personification of aspects of humanity, especially of women, which I may access within myself if I follow the human process of maturing, committed to the truth and to Right.