A celestial nymph who oozes the gods and great men with her differential beauty stands on a lotus leaf layered wooden pedestal in a bent curvature of her body; left hand holds a large round mirror, wherein she gazes and feels happy at the infinite grace and love she beholds.
This large size apsara is sculpted in bright and soothing color patterns of green and pink attires complementing the glowing gold plumage of her happy soul. This sculpture is majorly inspired by the erotic carvings of Khajuraho (a world heritage site). You can’t stop praising the mesmerized skill, fineness, and patience of the sculptor, as can be inferred upon by the beautiful dotted green dhoti overlapped by a handsome long kamarband paired with a voluptuous blouse and curvy multicolored strands emerging out from her garbs settle along in absolute charm.
That attractive curve of her lips is an indicator of her as tickling one’s fancy. The lustrous jewels, high tied bun and the flowing hair accessories highlight her slender body in a courteous manner; capturing the viewer’s attention by its large size, skill and lure, this belle statue can be placed at entrances of big halls or in dance or music events as a relatable attraction.