Brass Vishnu,Laxmi ,Bhudevi with Garuda
Weight: .900 kgs
Lord Vishnu standing in the straight upright position called samabhanga.
On either side of Vishnu stand his two consorts, Shri Devi (alternatelively called Lakshmi), holding a fly whisk and lotus stem, and Bhu Devi, holding a stringed musical instrument. In religious writings usually only one female, Lakshmi––the goddess of fortune––is mentioned as Vishnu’s wife, but in sculptural depictions from eastern and southern India the god is often flanked by another figure, usually misidentified as Sarasvati but who is actually Bhu Devi––the earth goddess––understood as another aspect of Lakshmi herself.
Below Vishnu is his special animal (vahana), the eagle-like Garuda, seen in a crouching pose. Other divine or human figures populate the extreme bottom edge of the stele, and still other celestial beings are shown on the upper edges. At the very top is an auspicious symbol called a “face of glory” (kirtimukha)
The product might have slight irregularities in color, design and moulding as its thoroughly handcrafted by artisans.
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