Tripura Sundari, also known as Goddess Lalita or Shodashi, is a prominent deity in Hinduism,
representing beauty, grace, and divine femininity. She is often depicted as a
radiant young woman, adorned with splendid jewelry, seated on a lotus throne.
She possesses four arms, each holding symbolic objects like a noose, goad,
representing different aspects of her cosmic power. A parrot is perched on the
goddess’s right hand signifies her divine authority over knowledge, wisdom, and
communication. Her smile reflects her divine grace, offering hope and comfort
to those who approach her with devotion and reverence. Crafted with devotion,
this brass creation invokes the blessings of Goddess
protection, prosperity, and spiritual upliftment.
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