Adorned with ornaments, this beautiful apsara is depicted to be in the characteristic fluid-like floating dancing motion, her right hand on her left thigh, her left leg bent at the knee and raised backward, and the left hand raised in a dancing motion. As the protector of vital energy, asparas maintain the integrity of the essential powers of fallen enemies for preservation, without which the necessary energy could turn into a vengeful energy sowing bad fortune. Apsaras are thus, bringers of good fortune.
Carved beautifully as the depiction of beautiful heavenly and celestial beings, they are often associated with personifying the element of water in the principle of creation. As water is connected to fertility, these divine beings are believed to be auspicious, bringing prosperity, abundance and considered to be the guardian and liberator of the fertile waters. Apsara is the cosmic auspiciousness for fertility.