The superfine Lakshmi sculpture is fashioned in her characteristic nature of raining wealth from her pot of coins; she represents that divine power or prakriti who enables a transformation of dreams into reality. With the most beautiful features and actions, this consort of Lord Vishnu sits in her run-of-the-mill lalitasana on a high raised dynamically carved Kirtimukha throne, having multiple layers of lavish carvings in varied patterns with the large thick layered halo as the backdrop sculpted in the most beauteous form of lotus leaves.
In Hinduism she is revered as Ashta Lakshmi, who leads to one’s goals, necessarily, spiritual enlightenment, food, knowledge, resources, progeny, abundance, patience and success; holding two blooming lotuses in each of her rear hands, hence also named as Padmavati, while the right anterior hand stays in a gesture of blessing and left holds the pot of wealth.
Garbed in her best attires of a short blouse and the ankle length dhoti cringed in a stylistic manner along with flamboyant jewels veiling her body in an elegant and mesmerized manner. Apart from the spiritual and iconographic beauty of Goddess Lakshmi, this sculpture is sculpted in a shiny texture directing us towards the use of best quality wood.