Exquisite handcrafted brass temple frame or Prabhavali as is popularly known depicting "Yali" and the 5 headed Naag with temple pillars on either side is mounted on rich red raw silk inside an antique finish gold frame with an idol of Lord Ganesh.
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 Prabhavali is crafted with a 5 headed snake hood at the top.
The brass idol of Lord Ganesha - God of knowledge and prosperity is placed the temple frame and is considered auspicious for all new beginnings and prosperity.
Weighing 1 kilo gram, the Prabhavali - the never ending circular Halo around an Indian God or temple, is a collectors item.
Size of the frame with prabhavali : Height 38 cm x Width 26 cm
Size of the brass Prabhavali : Height 26 cm and Wide 17 cm
Weight: 1.20 kilograms