Exquisite Vintage brass temple frame depicting the mythical "Yali" with peacocks, dancing figures and floral motifs handcrafted by artisans and inspired by the temple architecture from the south of India.
As per Indian mythology, the Yali is a mythical creature portrayed as part lion, part elephant and part horse believed to be more powerful than the lion, the tiger or the elephant.
Seen sculpted on pillars of south Indian temples with figures of of gods and goddesses, this temple frame or Prabhavali - as is popularly known, is simple divine.
Measuring 22 cm in height and 20 cm wide, the Prabhavali - the never ending circular Halo around an Indian God or temple, is a collectors item.
Weight: 1.0 kilograms
Note: Please send us a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want this Prabhavali frame to be framed in an antique gold finish frame and mounted on your choice of colour in raw silk . Additional prices shall apply for framing.