The iconography of Lord Vishnu’s sculpture depicts him with four arms which denote his all-powerful and pervasive nature. They also symbolize four directions and his absolute power to control the reins of the entire universe. Lord Vishnu holds Shankha (Conch) in the upper left hand, Chakra (Disc) in the upper right hand and Gada (Mace) in the lower left hand while he blesses his devotees with the lower right hand. The deity is gracefully decked up with jewels and the crown on his head gives him supreme stature. His consort Goddess Lakshmi by his side showcases her energy by showering wealth from her the lower -left open hand and give blessings to her devotees by the lower right hand. She holds the bunch of lotuses in the upper right and left hand that symbolizes wisdom, implying that wealth needs the backing of wisdom to harvest good results. The splendour, radiance, and beauty of both the deities are enhanced with intricate jewels, crown, and superfine garments.
The deity Goddess Lakshmi with her husband Lord Vishnu symbolizes that wealth and prosperity should be coupled with judicious and earnest actions that give complete fulfilment to human life. Exotic India uniquely presents the deity of Supreme God Lord Vishnu and Supreme Goddess Lakshmi to create the environs of bliss, harmony, and divinity.