The kalamkari painting that you see on this page depicts Vishnu-Lakshmi in unison, with Lord Garuda at their feet (the vahana of Lord Vishnu). Eternally devoted to Lord Vishnu and His wife, His hands are gathered in a namaskara, as if to acknowledge the reverence of the surrounding Vaishnavites. The court is filled with sages and kings and women alike, each of the figures turned to the ruling deities in the centre, the language of their bodies conveying unmistakable shraddha-bhakti.
The presence of Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma to the right and left of Vishnu-Lakshmi makes the holy trinity of Hindudharma complete. The sheer multitude of figures prevailing in the composition makes this a fine work of kalamkari art. Zoom in on each of the figures against the solid crimson background in order to appreciate the attention to detail paid to each of their attire and adornment and composure of countenance.