Exquisite brass temple frame or Prabhavali inspired by the temples of South India handcrafted with twin Mythical Yalis, intricately engraved temple pillars and the idol of the Hindu Diety Meenakshi holding an oil lamp.
Worshipped predominantly by people from the South of India, she is one of the few Hindu female deities to have a major temple devoted to her - the far famed Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Yali, also known as Vyala or Vidala is a mythical creature seen in most Hindu temples, often sculpted onto the pillars and portrayed as part lion, part elephant and part horse and similar shapes notably by Nayak rulers and became prominent in the 16th century.
This beautiful sculpture in brass has been mounted on a rich gold raw silk and framed inside a synthetic walnut brown frame.
Use this art deco as a wall hanging to adorn any space in your home.
Measures: Size of the framed Prabhavali : Height 45 cm x Width 35 cm
Size of the brass Yali frame: Height 28 cm and Wide 23 cm.
Weight: Approximately 2.250 kilograms with the frame.
Note: Our Prabavalis once packed are shipped inside custom made wooden boxes to ensure they reach you safely .