In Hinduism, pitambara or a yellow (pita) colored garment (ambara) is often associated with masculinity and is also used as a synonym for Lord Vishnu because this color is generally worn at religious events. This preserver deity stands on a gold rectangular pedestal holding his various godly weapons- sudarshan chakra, conch, gada and a lotus to protect the universe from being destroyed and keep it going.
Sculpted in a beauteous expressive face with the hypnotizing lotus eyes wide open to observe the fruitful world out there and the red smile highlighting his genuinity and serenity. Lord Vishnu is considered as the greatest god in Vaishnava culture as he always fulfils his role of returning to earth in troubled times and restore the balance between good and evil.
This white marble statue of purity is constructed by shaping a single piece of stone and expressed with tinges of blue to signify his cosmic dimensions and connection with Vedic gods of rain and thunder and relations with earth; decked up with immense jewels and the haloed crown that glorify his benign self. Sculptor’s colourful mind and skills can be judged by the use of pitambara dhoti patterned in an indigestive manner of creativity with the zaried pink kamarband and orange stole filled in golden motifs complementing it.
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