Wood Carving of Lord Venkateswara with Goddess Padmavathi Devi and Goddess Lakshmi Devi 13" x 27"
Material: Ash wood
Finish: Cherry stain and lacquer satin finish
Dimensions: 14.0 inch height x 28.5 inch width x 1.5 inch depth
Weight: 11.3 lbs
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description:The wood panel portrays Lord Venkateswara with his consorts Goddess Padmavathi Devi to his right and Goddess Lakshmi Devi to his left in a beautiful floral frame. Lord Venkateswara and his consorts are adorned with many symbolic elements, that carries symbols of power and protection. The wood carving portrays both the goddesses in a moment of serenity and majesty, with their expression embodying a sense of timeless wisdom and benevolence. The carving has every intricate detail, from the flowing robes that drape elegantly around each deity to the delicate features of each of their face.
Goddess Padmavati is adorned with lots of fine jewelry, a decorated crown, a large flower garland that goes around her shoulders touching her feet, her upper two hands holds the Lotus flowers, while her front hands are in abhaya mudra and varada mudra, the pattern of her clothing pleats are all typical attributes of Thayar.
Lord Venkateswara is given attention to all his iconographical details that includes the Dasavataram waist belt, Surya Katari (sword), Vaijayanthi haram (necklace), Makara kundalam (earrings), Naga abharanam (armlet), Goddess Lakshmi (right chest),Padmavati ( left chest), Kausthubam (gem stone on chest), Yagnopaveetham ( sacred covering on the body to perform rituals), Tulasi maala, Shanku and Chakra symbols on his two shoulders.
Goddess Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, and consort of Lord Venkateswara. She is is also called as "Sri", the feminine energy of the Supreme Being. Lakshmi is seated on a lotus in padmasana pose, and adorned with layers of beautiful ornaments. Her upper hands holds the lotus flowers, and her front right hand shows Abhaya mudra. Her left hand shows Varada mudra with coins falling into a bowl. The base of the wood panel has the Sadari, and the bell of the Lord, and a fruit and flower bowl present as offerings to Goddess Padmavati.
The wood panel of Lord Venkateswara with his consorts is certainly an exquisite panel skillfully crafted with precision, emphasizing the fine textures and patterns reflecting traditional Indian artistry. The texture of the carving invites touch, with its smooth surface contrasting with the fine detailing throughout the panel. Great attention to details has been given throughout the panel that best explains a fine workmanship by our team of artists. Wall hanging hardware is attached to the panel.
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