Here, the artist has endowed her not only with a natural grace of form, but also introspective and demure.She has well-formed, six hands and a expressively feminine form, though the contours are not at all over-emphasized. Each of her six arms each holds a different attribute: a manuscript, a sheaf of grain, a pot, the gesture of charity, a spray of gems and a rosary.
As evident from her attributes, the great goddess Vasudhara combines the roles of both, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati.
This sculpture was created in the city of Patan in Kathmandu Valley. The artist is Shri Madan Prajapati.