This brass statue depicts a beautiful woman with her hands pressed together before her chest forming a hand gesture called Namaste or Namaskar. It is a gesture of greeting, honoring, and welcoming a person, which literally translates to ‘I bow to you’ or ‘I pay my humble obeisance to you’. The spiritual significance of this salutation is to surrender to God or the spiritual master and let go of our ego and paying gratitude. It helps us stay grounded and mindful.
The graceful woman is standing on a pedestal with a large and heavy base. Clad in a striped patterned dhoti tightly wrapped around the thin waist and long legs down to her ankles, she looks gorgeously beautiful. Her waist embellished with a thick metal kamarband forms a flawless S-curve and the right knee is slightly bent. Her bare chest is adorned with heavy neckpieces and long chains covering the chest partially.
The hands in Anjali Mudra, joined together in front of her heart and the fingers pointing upwards illustrate her consciousness filled with humility and respect. A tall crown on her head and a halo around it contrasts with her calm face. This idol depicts the beauty of Indian culture that believes in paying respect to everyone and being compassionate and empathetic.
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