Young and formed in superfine proportions of her sex, her body revealed rather than concealed by the ample shringar on her torso and the mid-thigh dhoti wound around her hips. This damsel has been sculpted in keeping with the highest standards of Indian feminine beauty, as could be seen in the age-old temple walls of the Khajuraho caves.
A beauteous, full-featured face. Fitted adornments containing her hair, halo and karnakundalas that befit a member of the court of none other than Lord Indra Himself. Indeed, she is more than just a beauty - she is intelligent and wise beyond her years, without a doubt accomplished in both learning and art. Betwixt the fingers of her graciously sculpted hands she holds an obscure two-piece musical instrument, with which she entertains Him whose divine court is her cosmic home.
A world of silken sashes floating about her curvaceous shoulders and hips, like the vines upon the aureole that surrounds her. Thick, luscious vines, reminiscent of the abundance of verdure and nourishment in the evergreen woods of the central highlands. A minor detail of note in this sculpture is the identical lotus-petal engraving on the anklet of the nymph and the pedestal upon which she stands.
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South Indian Temple Wood Carving36.00 inch Height X 17.70 inch Width x 4.70 inch Depth
Item Code: ZEN868
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