The aesthetic beauty of goddess Saraswati is framed here in an exquisite ethnic gold pattern on a background of maroon shade. She sits on a royal throne in her usual lalitasana posture and holds her instrument veena in her hands portraying herself as the patron of arts and sciences. She is the most beautiful deity in her sparkling lotus eyes, red lips and a fair plumage of purity and divinity.
Saraswati here is painted in antiquated yet lavish colors; garbed in royal self woven silk saree and a contrasting kamarband with rich and antique jewels covering her prosperous body. The Chaturbhuja holds a rosary and the book of wisdom in her other two hands as she is the Vedamata (Mother of the Vedas) and the one who holds the balance of knowledge, learning, wisdom, music and aesthetics.
The multicoloured beaded crown adorned with a sun shaped aureole compliments her beauteous throne and her essence of delicacy and lordship. The tri color (green-red-blue) self patterned curtains with the golden fringes give an adorable look to the painting.
Presence of this creation on any empty wall will elaborate the ethnicity and beauty of the place.