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For the devotee of Devi Sarasvati, this murti comes with its temple built around the Pratima. The handiwork is distinctly South Indian. A rich color palette of pastels makes a statement of absolute joy, while the wooden medium betrays the great skill and devotion on the part of the artist. Indeed, such are the characteristics of the gorgeous temples of the South, from the kind that has stood for centuries to the one you see on this page, made for modern spaces.
The beautiful Hindu Goddess is seated on Her altar on a pale pink lotus. In Her four hands, she holds a rosary, a pothi (spiritual manuscript), and of course the veena. She is the deity of intellectual pursuits - learning and music and the arts - which explains the elements of Her iconography. Even though the work put into the mandir dominates the composition and the Pratima is relatively tiny, she has been carved in beauteous detail: the composure of Her countenance, the shringar of Her neck cascading over the stem of Her instrument, and the one-of-a-kind blue-winged crown on Her head.
Natural, traditional motifs grace Her Sarasvati Mandir. She is flanked by blue-lotus pillars, sandwiched between platforms engraved with colored lotus petals. An unconventional temple top characterises the composition. A pair of large, young peacocks are seemingly holding the entire arrangement upon their heads.
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