Goddess Rajarajeshwari or Lalita Tripura Sundari is the most potent incarnation of Adi Parashakti; she along with Sadashiva (her consort) are responsible for creation, protection, destruction, concealment of the world in maya and final liberation. She rules over the Trimurti and blesses every sentient and insentient being with the joy of living. Here she sits on a three layered pedestal like a queen with the legs folded in padmasana and her four hands carry the iconic implements- noose, ankusa, sugarcane stick, lotus flower. Having her in any form helps to keep thoughts, desires, lifestyle and health in control.
This goddess sits at the edge of a large diya, carved in elaborate beauty in multiple layers and an alluring balanced shape. The light that emerges out form this diya, when lit, complements with the purity of the goddess to spread a cosmic aura of peace, truth and spirituality. The goddess is surrounded by a beautiful Kirtimukha prabhavali and is fashioned in her usual decent heavy breasts, thin waist and ornamented in lustrous jewels; adorned in a long South Indian style crown having an attached crescent moon and the divine flower aureole behind it. This large Rajarajeshwari diya is a unique, auspicious and a beautiful Hindu artefact to glorify your place of worship.