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Arising out of a large, blooming lotus, encased by rising stalks of the same, elegantly stands Lakshmi. In tribhanga pose, she looks the pinnacle of grace. At first glance, she seems to be possessing a single pair of hands, but another pair emerges from the shoulders to hold the lotus stalks on either side. She is dressed in a carefully draped lower garment, held at the waist by a band. Adorned with a Karanda mukuta and exquisite jewellery, her hands are held in Varada mudra and abhaya mudra. The limbs are delicately modeled and the features are almost embossed on the well contoured face.
At the end of the lotus stalks are full bloomed flowers and atop them are elephants on either side lustrating with water. The lotus and the water are associated with prosperity and life. Lakshmi herself represents prosperity and bounty. She is worshipped so as to ensure blessings and affluence to her devotees.