Presiding deities over the preservation of well-being and the bestowers of prosperity, the divine couple Lakshmi-Narayana rule the hearts of artha-seeking devotees (‘artha’ is Sanskrt for material currency). The murti that you see on this page depicts Lord Narayana, a roopa (manifestation) of Lord Vishnu, and Devi Lakshmi standing next to each other. He is the presiding deity over the preservation of existence and, as His wife, She is the presiding deity over wealth and resources; as such, She is indispensable to Him.
Standing murtis of brass, each of them finished with a great deal of detail. High-precision workmanship, such as on the pleats of Her saree and the vines that make up their twin aureole. The skilfully carved digits of their hands (they are chaturbhujadhari, possessed of four arms) and feet, the rudimentary yet expressive features of their faces. Mounted upon a solid wooden stand, the dense charcoal colour of which sets off the gold-like sheen of the pure brass murtis. A signature Kirtimukham motif completes the composition.
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Wood and Brass Statue12.50 inch Height x 8.70 inch Width x 4.80 inch Depth - Pedestal
3.6 Kg. Total Weight
Item Code: ZEN277
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