sculpture set captures the divine partnership between the goddess of wealth and
the guardian of treasures, infusing your space with both aesthetic beauty and
spiritual opulence. Decorate your space with the presence of these Brass
Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber
sculptures, and allow their radiant aura to guide you on a path of
abundance, mindfulness, and profound connection to the teachings of wealth and
Goddess Lakshmi signifies wealth, riches and fortune meanwhile Lord Kuber is considered as a guardian of treasures. It is believed when Sri Lakshmi and Lord Kuber are worshipped together then they bless their devotees with prosperity and comfortable life. Both the deities are generally prayed before Deepawali on the Dhanteras day for money, knowledge and good health.
The iconography of Lord Kuber in this brass statue reflects him as a short and pot-bellied deity who adorns gold ornaments, crown and fine clothes symbolizing his grandeur of abundance. He holds Shankh (Conch) in his right hand and mongoose in his left hand. It symbolizes his victory over Nagas (serpents), who earlier used to guard the treasures at the bottom of the earth. He is comfortably seated on a graceful asan which showcases his divinity in every aspect.
While Goddess Lakshmi by his side shows beauty, grace, perfection, compassion, and love. She is showering wealth from her open hand on those who deserve divine abundance and blesses her devotees with the other hand. The other two hands hold lotuses which denote wisdom and a sense of contentment. She is bedecked with gold jewelry, crown, and fine garments. She is gracefully seated on a lotus flower. The sacred symbols on her feet are revered for good luck and success. Both the statues are placed on a decorated brass rectangular pedestal which gives them prominence, height, depth, and stability. Exotic India presents exquisitely sculpted deities of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber to bless your surroundings with growth, glory, ease, abundance, and peace.
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