It is a fine example of the rich bronze tradition of the South. Devi Rajarajeshvari is seated in lalitasana upon an inverted lotus asana (seat). The same is poised upon a multilayered quadrilateral pedestal with numerous engravings. Together with the Yali brackets, the gorgeously sculpted aureole, and the Kirtimukham at the top of the same, this composition bears every hallmark of authentic Southern workmanship and would be a fine addition to your space.
Note the handsome features of Devi Rajarajeshvari, the haloed crown sitting on Her sharp-set brow. Beneath the thick coat of gold adornments lies a shape that is curvaceous and youthful, symbolic of fecundity and maternal nourishment. The foot of Her asana is flanked by lions, and in Her left anterior hand (She is chaturbhujadhari or one possessed of four arms) is the unmistakable sprig of sweet sugarcane.
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