This is the statue of Lord Hanuman, standing with hands joined in namaskar pose. He is the greatest example of being the purest devotee (bhakta) of Lord Rama. Hanuman, in this posture is worshipping Rama and demonstrating his true love, respect, godliness. He is promising him that he will be there to rescue Sita from Ravana and get her back safe and sound. His stance is vigilant of his confidence and respect for Lord Rama.
This statue is made of a special vengai wood from South India. He is wearing a knee length dhoti with a decorative flower patterned cloth tied on waist like a belt and its ends clinging on each side are adding to its beauty. He is holding a precisely decorated gada. It is in an upside down position with the pointed top touching the base. He is standing on a four layered orange and blue colored pedestal. The shape and design of crown (mukut) is inspired by South Indian temples. He is adorned with marvelous ornaments like necklace, kundals, bracelet and anklet. There is a bright white and red colored vaishnava tilak on his forehead. Halo at the back is exotically designed. Combination of green and red color with a tinch of blue is stupendous. Minute briefings and motifs on the body and on other essentials make it a unique and worthy piece.