Goddess Saraswathi Wood Carving in a Pillar Frame (Two Feet Ashwood Panel)
Material: Ash wood
Finish: Wood stain with lacquer satin finish
Dimensions: 24.0 inch height x 23.0 inch width x 2.25 inch depth
Weight: 19.5 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description:Goddess Saraswathi is worshipped as the Goddess of learning, wisdom, speech, music and art. The name Saraswathi means "flowing water", " possessing water" , and as the name suggests she is one of the early Aryan rivers called "the Saraswathi river" that flows from the Himalayas and is considered a sacred river like the Ganges. The wood panel portrays the Goddess seated on a Lotus in Lalithasana pose (one leg folded inwards and the other leg hanging down) with her rear two hands holding a bead string and a palm leaf script. The front two hands holds the Saraswathi Veena also known as the Raghunatha veena. The Goddess is adorned with beautiful ornaments, a decorated crown and an umbrella is present above the Goddess along with a pair of hanging bird lamps. A Swan is seated near her leg which is said to be her Vahana. A pair of standing mayur lamps, a fruit bowl, a pile of books, and an ink pot with a peacock feather are all present at the base. The outer frame is designed with floral patterns and supported by pillars. Keen attention to details have been given throughout the panel demonstrating a fine workmanship by our team of artists. Wall hanging hardware is attached to the panel.
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