Majestic brass throne or Singhasan with an exquisite prabhavali backdrop handcrafted by artisans from south India with Markara - The sea god and mythical yalis on the pillars and idol of lord Krishna - God of compassion, playing the flute.
The Singhasan with its floral engraving on the seat of the throne is being held by worshippers of the Hindu gods from all sides and the pillars of the prabhavali crafted with the Mythical Yalis - Half lion Half horse, inspired by the temple architecture of South India.
The Singhasan is traditionally found in most prayer rooms / temples of Indian homes adorned with gods and goddesses with freshly picked flowers during daily prayers by the head of the family.
Measures: Height 30 cm x Width 19 cm x length 21 cm.
The rectangular base of the throne availble to keep and idol measures: Width 15 cm x Length 21 cm .
The krishna idol is 14 cm tall.
Weight : 3.75 Kilograms