Enthroned Sarasvati With her Vahana On A Three-Legged Stool
The queen of the veena and the most beauteous of all, goddess Saraswati embraces her devotees with the power of knowledge, wisdom, arts and science. The bright delicacy, calmness of her smile and the sharpness in her eyes represents her bent towards education, creativity and music which makes her one of the popular worshipped deities in Hinduism. This Saraswati brass statue is carved with so realistic aspects that it seems as if the goddess herself is sitting with her veena on the royal throne. Saraswati has her throne lavishly carved with the legs like that of a lion, decorated with two boosters on either side and a small footrest where the beautiful Saraswati vahana, peacock is placed, waiting for the goddess to take a flight.
Saraswati is adorned in a marvellous golden silk sari beautified with a charming border and flourished with tiny flower motifs, chiselled here with precision all over the sari; embellished in multiple layers of jewels accessorized around her neck and the richly carved traditional kamarband. Chaturbhujadharini plays the veena with two of her hands and the remaining two hold a rosary and the divine book of vedas respectively. All her palms are beautifully tattooed in floral design with hena beautifying her feminine aura.
Notice the Kirtimukha prabhavali forming the backdrop to Saraswati’s throne, festooned in a chain of flowers and the outer layer has the layer of leaves coiled to form beautiful pattern. The perfect carvings and chisels of design reflect the sculptor’s phenomenal control over his or her art style. Zoom in to the long crown having its style inspired by South Indian temple carvings and the sun aureole generating powerful vibes of her cosmic aura. This Saraswati brass sculpture is topped with a designer parasol having hanging keys symbolic of the goddess in her divine presence.
28.00 INCH LENGTH X 22.00 INCH WIDTH X 47.00 INCH HEIGHT