In a dual metal finish, we see Vishnu seated in lalitasana on an inverted padmasana. A tall, handsome youth, wearing the attire of an ancient king, he looks majestic and divine at the same time. He is seen wearing large decorative armlets and bracelets, a number of necklaces, long earrings and a royal crown. He also wears a metallic belt at the waist an accessory not seen in many Vishnu images.
In the upper right hand, he holds the discus, symbol of the mind. In his upper left hand, he holds the conch that represents the five elements. In his lower left hand, which represents the notion of individual existence, is the mace, symbol of primeval knowledge. With the front right hand, he makes a gesture of blessing. In the images of all deities, the four hands express dominion over the four directions of space and thus absolute power.
The gold brass finish is used for ornamentation and attributes. The dress of the god has intricately carved design on it.
This description by Kiranjyot.