Lord Hanuman or Pawanputra is said to be the only Hindu god that still exists on earth to protect mankind from all obstacles for a peaceful living. Here he stands on a multi-layered lotus pedestal that reduces in size at the top, formed in a stylized manner. The smooth and glossy texture of this panchaloha statue is one of a kind. Panchaloha also called Panchadhatu, is a traditional five-metal (gold, silver, copper, zinc and iron) alloys of sacred significance, popularly used to make temple sculptures and jewellery.
Lord Anjaneya is garbed here in an exclusive short dhoti, carved in beautiful horizontal pleats and ornamented elegantly in sober and lustrous jewels; sculpted in fascinating and realistic expressions with the long crown chiselled in a distinctive pattern inspired by South Indian temple carvings. His right hand is held high in abhaya mudra with the sacred symbols inscribed on his palm and left hand holds his iconic weapon Gada that rests on the pedestal.