This auspicious large sculpture of Goddess Lakshmi is loaded with superfine work of shaped stones and multicolored beads as a mark of good luck talisman and as a curative agent. The sculpture loudly portrays Lakshmi’s characteristic attribute of beauty, splendor and radiance. She is the consort of Vishnu and is said to have evolved from the waters of the milky ocean during the churning of oceans and was given as a gift to Lord Vishnu. Here she stands on a beauteously decorated inverted lotus pedestal- she is famously associated with and hence called Padma or Kamala.
Goddess Lakshmi holds a magnified, supremely carved deepak as a gesture of her honored good fortune and purity. Attired in stupendous clothes with the dhoti formed in descending three layered fan pattern, matching kundals and crowned adorably. Sculptor’s skill can be clearly analyzed on the attractive aspects of even the minutest briefings of this intensified Deepalakshmi (Lakshmi holding a Deepak) sculpture. Its sole presence on the entrance gates of halls or hotels is enough to enhance the charismatic aura of the place.